Jack Green, HISTORY:

Jack Green born 12 March 1951, Glasgow, Scotland, is a British musician.

Green played with T. Rex between 1973 and 1974, then with The Pretty Things between 1974 and 1976, recording Silk Torpedo and Savage Eye. After Phil May walked out on the Pretty Things he carried on with Peter Tolson, Gordon Edwards and Skip Allen in Metropolis.

He launched a solo career with the album Humanesque in 1980 wich launged the 7" Murder that was a minor hit, followed by Reverse Logic in 1981, Mystique in 1983 and Latest Game in 1986.

Bev Bevan from the The Electric Light Orchestra is credited for some co-wrighting on the Mystique album.

Line up on Latest Game: Kelly Groucutt (The Electric Light Orchestra) synth. bass, Jim Capaldi percussion, Jack Green bass, vocal & guitar, Snowy White guitar, John Boundrick keyboards, Boz Burrell bass, John Canham guitar, Simon Kirke drums.

Green is now living in Ryde, Isle of Wight, where he teaches guitar, and has his own small film production company.