"Songwriter, comic, singer and a little of every thing" is how Glen describes
himself and his career. Seeing him perform, you'll more thank likely rephrase that to a
"whole lot" of everything. Glens's stage presence is dynamic and just plain fun.
He doesn't just involve his audience he becomes a part of it, and they a part of him.
You'll forget your seeing a show....it's more like one of those parties where one person
is the "class clown" and keeps things rolling and exciting all the time. Glen
will indeed keep you rolling.... one minute in the aisle with laughter and the next,
rolling along to a song. Whatever Glen does, his audience pays attention and always enjoy
Glen has opened shows for Merle Haggard, Mickey Gilley,
and Wade Hayes. He toured with Johnny Lee For 18 Months and has worked with Tim
McGraw, Ray Stevens, Jack Greene and Dave & Sugar.
You can catch his act at the Western Connection in
Nashville loacated in "Printer's Alley"
One of Glen's most requested, comedic songs is his rendition of George Jones' song,
"The Grand Tour" where he goes from immitating Aaron Neville, to George
Jones, Johhnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Travis Tritt, Alan Jackson (in his shyer days), Garth
Brooks, and Walter Brennan. It's a sure fired laughter extravaganza!
Glen's album, "Reflections" is filled with
hit songs of stars you'll quickly recognize, either through the song itself, or Glen's
interpretation of the singer. My favorite of all the songs on this album that I feel
depicts Glen's true voice and talent is "Make It Through December".