-Glenn travels as a solo artist and ministers to church audiences. Although he is not a Pastor, he has the heart of a Pastor, a Shepherd. His message is an encouraging word of restoration and reconciliation, especially for those who have felt disenfranchised by historical doctrinal differences. He sings of hope. He sings of the all embracing love of our great God. He sings of joy. He speaks of forgiveness. He encourages the believer to lay aside those things that hinder us in our journeys. He tells his story even as it is yet unfolding and of lessons learned. He compels us to love God in sweet abandon and above of all else, to live out our convictions in love in order that those around us can see and taste the goodness of God. His lyrics speak of the faithfulness of the Lord even while we find ourselves being unfaithful to God. It is a message everyone needs to hear.

-Four recording projects: GIVE ME A CLEAN HEART, LOVE's CALLIN', WAITING ON YOU and HERE I AM. Most are filled with songs written by Glenn.

-While living in Los Angeles area for more than 24 years, performed as a solo artist at cabaret/supper clubs singing jazz and blues in places like the infamous GARDENIA ROOM, THE ROSE TATOO, THE GYPSY and CABARET, THE HORN in Santa Monica and THE PLAYBOY CLUB in Century City. In earlier years, toured with various southern gospel groups such as THE DOWNINGS (Nashville TN), THE MIRACLES (Knoxville TN), LONDON PARRIS and THE APOSTLES (Memphis Tn), THE SENTINELS (Knoxville Tn) and THE JIM RICHARDS' SINGERS (Nashville TN).


-Vocal coaches were Linda Williams (Natalie Cole's former music director) and still with Donald Eaholtz in Los Angeles (who also coached Bonnie Pointer, Thelma Houston and others) and David Craig of New York City (author of the book, On Singing Onstage). Glenn studied acting at the Warner Bros Studios in Burbank CA and with other instructors in the Hollywood area.

-Recorded an unofficial 1984 Olympic Games/Los Angeles souvenir single, I WANT YOU TO MEET MY TOWN (a rock/blues song about life in Los Angeles) that B.T. Barnum wrote, produced and sold in the stands. Glenn was chosen for the project out of more than almost 300 vocalists who auditioned for the opportunity.

-In 1967, Glenn and younger sister Cheri were regulars on a local morning talk and entertainment TV show called, Eddie Hill's Country Junction. The show was live and aired on WLAC-TV/CBS-5/Nashville TN.


 
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