Dallas Michael John Albert Green AKA Dallas Green is a Canadian musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer who was born on September 29, 1980.
He makes music under the name City and Colour. He is also known for his work with the post-hardcore band Alexisonfire as a singer, rhythm guitarist, and songwriter. Sometimes, his first full-length album came out in 2005. In 2006, it was certified platinum. Between Alexisonfire tours, City and Colour started playing in small, intimate venues.
Yesterday, Dallas’s new song came out. “Meant to Be” is a heartfelt tribute to his late friend.
As an elegy for a friend, City and Colour producer Karl Bareham, who died in 2019 off of Australia’s Gold Coast, writing the song was a healing experience for Green, who still remembers having to identify his friend at the morgue.
People are also interested in what’s going on in her personal life, in addition to her career.
Who Is Dallas Green’s Wife?
Dallas Green is happily married to Leah Miller. The beautiful couple got married on New Year’s Eve 2008 in a private ceremony at their home. Leah Miller was born on July 20, 1981, in Toronto. She used to be a MuchMusic VJ and was the host of So You Think You Can Dance Canada for three years, from 2008 to 2011. She was also a reporter for etalk, a show about entertainment news, and E! in Canada.
Miller is the youngest of four kids. Her sister and two brothers are older than her. Her parents are Peter Miller and Carla Miller.
She was 13 when she won the title “Miss Junior Dance of Canada.” She danced competitively until she was 16 years old.
Miller went to Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts and Don Bosco Catholic Secondary School in Toronto, Ontario. He then moved to Los Angeles to get acting experience. He worked on Ashton Kutcher’s celebrity prank show Punk’d and in Chris Rock’s movie Down to Earth. After a few years, she moved back to Toronto because she missed her family.
Dallas Green Views On His Relationship With Wife Leah Miller
In an interview with Vancouver Sun, Green said, “Leah’s the one who always tries to remind me to write love songs because, you know, she thinks I’m good at it but also because she knows people enjoy the love songs that I write,” Green says via phone. “So I came up with an idea and wrote If I Should Go Before You — a love so strong that it would outlast death.
He further added, “ I sang it [If I Should Go Before You] for her and she said, ‘Are you kidding? Does it have to be that sad?’ And I go, ‘No, it’s not sad! It’s beautiful!’ She goes, ‘Well, it’s beautiful but it’s really f—ing sad.’”
Know About Dallas Green’s Early Life
Green was born in St. Catharines, Ontario, on September 29, 1980. Green was named after Dallas Green, who managed the Philadelphia Phillies, baseball team. Green has said that he didn’t have a name at first. His mother was thinking of calling him Graham-Todd Green, but his father had bet on the Phillies to win the 1980 World Series. When the Phillies won, his parents decided to name him Dallas, after the manager of the Phillies.
Green began playing the piano when he was 8 years old, and he has been writing music since he was about 14 years old. Dirt by Alice in Chains was the first record he bought with his own money.