Riley ‘Duckman’ Green Autographs Concertgoer’s Duck Call
They don't call him "Duckman" for nothing.
At a recent show, Riley Green signed an unusual item for a fan. Duckman saw a sign from the stage held by a fan who asked for Riley to sign his duck call. Not only did he sign the call, he gave it a quick rip into the microphone saying, "That'll pass the inspection right there."
Riley is currently on the road with Luke Bryan on the Raised Up Right Tour. The tour is currently stopping-down at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion in Gilford, New Hampshire. The shows are Wednesday, July 27, Thursday, July 28, and Friday, July 29. Tickets to all three shows are still available.
Green has released five new songs over the past three months. Back in May he released "Hell Of A Way To Go," followed by a two-song drop in June, "Miles On Main," and "Wild Woman." Last week, after teasing them on his social, he released "I Hope She's Drinkin' Tonight," and "Get Back Home."
Maine's "Regular Duck" season runs from September to January, in different areas of the state. Duck seasons are divided into different zones that have varying opening and closing dates, determined by geographic location within the state. When duck hunting it's important to check where you're hunting in relation to the Maine Waterfowl Hunting zones, in addition to Maine Migratory Game Bird hunting laws, and federal regulations.
Don't forget your required federal duck stamp, in addition to your Maine Migratory Waterfowl Permit. The Federal stamp can be purchased by visiting a local Post Office, or USPS.com.