Marv Green

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Marv Green
OriginNashville, Tennessee
Years active1998–present
Associated actsLonestar

Marv Green (born in California) is an American country music songwriter. He is known for co-writing Lonestar's 1999 single "Amazed", which reached number 1 on both the Hot Country Songs and Billboard Hot 100 charts. This song won him a Song of the Year award from Broadcast Music Incorporated (BMI).[1][2][3]

Other songs that Green co-wrote include "True" by George Strait, "Wasted" by Carrie Underwood, "Consider Me Gone" by Reba McEntire, "Let's Make Love" by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, "Wild in Your Smile" by Dustin Lynch, "Farmer's Daughter" by Rodney Atkins, "Stronger Woman" by Jewel, "Proud of the House We Built" by Brooks & Dunn,[4] and "Creepin'" by Eric Church.


  1. ^ Price, Deborah Evans (October 14, 2000). "BMI announces song awards". Billboard: 39.
  2. ^ Gray, Michael (29 February 2000). "Amazed". BMI. Retrieved 16 August 2012.
  3. ^ "Nashville Singer/Songwriters". Nashville Archived from the original on 18 August 2012. Retrieved 16 August 2012.
  4. ^ "Songs". Marv Retrieved 16 August 2012.

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