AUTOBIOGRAPHY

                                                                                                                                                      Glen  was born on the 1st of August 1972 and comes from Lower Wonga, just 15 minutes west of Gympie in Queensland.

He is a self taught guitarist and vocalist that started playing with his first band at the age of 13.

He travelled western Qld in the late 90’s as a solo performer following the death of his younger brother Russell, who played Bass in the family band.

Glen and his twin brother Brett recorded a Tribute Album to Russell in 1999. This album was called "He Was There".

He had success in 2008 with “Bucking Hell”, a song that he had co-written with a rodeo photographer in Gympie, which got to number 5 on the Hot Country Charts.

He returned to the studio in 2012 to record an album of originals and great country classics called “Some Old Some New”.  Glen played lead guitar for “The Webb Brothers” for many years, and in recent years he has worked with Jeff Brown, Dean Perrett, Tania Kernaghan, Brian Letton, Rex Dallas, Norma O'Hara Murphy and the late Barry Thornton as well as many other well known artists.

Glen and his brother Brett released an Album at Glen's own Kenmore Park Music Muster, back in June 2018, called "Classic Country Together"

If you love traditional classic country, you will love what Glen does.