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THINK MICHAEL BUBLE GOES COUNTRY. A FRESH YOUNG LOOK WHILE SINGING TIMELESS COUNTRY MUSIC. THE SMOOTH VOCAL STYLE OF GEORGE STRAIT, THE RANGE OF STYLE AND ENERGY OF KEITH URBAN, AND THE CLASS OF A YOUNG RAY PRICE.
REVIEWS (What they're saying):
"Oh, man, did Brian do a good job, he did a great job! The crowd just loved him and the band. I went out to make sure everything was going good with them, and if you could have heard some of the things the people were saying. Everybody just loved him. He is a keeper for the music business."--Tewana Magsby/Entertaintment Director for Sam's Town Tunica Casino.
"Brian Glenn gave a breathtaking performance that words do not do justice describing. We had high expectations and he exceeded them beyond belief! People are still raving about his performance and want to know where we found him."--Jennifer Mondeau/Gigmasters client
"I recently got to perform with Marty Stuart and the Superlatives at the Ryman [Audtitorium] and it was immediately obvious that Brian is one of the finest bass players and singers that I've ever gotten to perform with."--Pam Tillis
If you have been watching the growth and explosion of country music on television and radio over the last decade, you have been watching and listening to Brian Glenn. You have seen him playing and singing with the staff band for the 2008 season of NBC’s Nashville Star with host Billy Ray Cyrus. You've seen him on TV and heard him on radio, lending his much-demanded vocals to performances at the Grand Ole Opry. You have seen him as a member of "Marty Stuart and the Fabulous Superlatives"... driving Marty and the band forward with his solid bass and soaring, soulful vocals. Yep, if you are a fan of country music, you have heard the influence of Brian Glenn. Now, Brian is hitting the road with his band the Country Class. It's time to experience the next evolution of country music... and Brian Glenn is leading the way.
Brian has been setting the pace and standard for great country music all his life. Early in his career, Brian led the house band at Nashville’s legendary Broken Spoke Saloon and then rocked the famous Wildhorse Saloon with his own band "Hunker Down", opening for artists such as Lee Ann Womack and Lonestar.
Give a listen to Brian's music and you'll immediately understand why Brian is such a high-demand demo and backup singer in Nashville. His vocals have been used on over 1,500 country and Christian songs for music publishers, songwriters, and sound-a-like recordings.
As a singer and musician Brian has worked with Michelle Wright, Darryl Worley, Andy Griffith, Christy Lane, Connie Smith, Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton, John Anderson, Keith Urban, Travis Tritt and with numerous artists at the Grand Ole Opry. As a lead vocalist he’s been featured on recordings used by CBS daytime’s The Young and the Restless, the Lifetime Network, and the 78th Annual Academy Awards (2006).
In April of 2002, Brian received the call from country legend Marty Stuart, and became a Fabulous Superlative along with guitarist Kenny Vaughan and drummer Harry Stinson. The band is featured with Marty on tour as well as on recordings for Marty’s 2003 Columbia Records album Country Music, 2005’s Soul’s Chapel (Americana Music Assn. nominee), Badlands and Live At The Ryman from 2006, for which the band received a Grammy nomination!
With a solid, lively, and legendary performance history with Marty Stuart and the Fabulous Superlatives, Brian left the Superlatives in 2008, launching his own solo career. Fusing traditional country roots with his own progressive vision and performance style, Brian is taking his creative talents, incredibly tasty musicianship and chart-topping, soulful, soaring voice to every corner of the hemisphere.
Brian is out there now, wowing audiences, winning fans, and shaping the future of country music.
Wanna piece of the future?