A.C. Green is the youngest of six siblings born and raised in Chicago. His parents are well known in Chicago’s faith community as his late father was a Baptist Pastor and his mother the consummate encourager, choir director and youth leader. The Green household was one that provided a strong spiritual foundation and the appreciation of music was encouraged.
A.C. began to express himself through music by writing and learning to play various keyboard instruments. His passion and gift for music helped him to develop into a very talented keyboard player and musical composer.
A.C. studied music under the mentorship of famed saxophonist Bunky Green at Chicago State University as well as music legend Eddie Thomas. AC’s Musical Resume includes many of his songs being played on radio stations across the country.
His true gospel roots lead him to produce live shows for such artist as Fred Hammond, Hezekiah Walker, Kirk Franklin, Yolanda Adams and various others. In December 2008 AC launched his own radio show. The show is a blend of music, entertainment and empowerment. It allows him to be an advocate in educating listeners on the foreclosure epidemic as well as raising awareness of pertinent issues. His boldness and fun spirited personality keeps his listeners aroused about the many powerful topics the show introduces.
Known as “The man that makes things happen.” A.C. is a strong advocate for giving back to the community and has great empathy for others and personally speaks with and provides help to thousands of listeners who reach out to him.
The AC Green Show
9am-10am (Mon-Fri) // 1pm-4pm (Sun)