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Biography


Since earning a Professional Music Diploma from Londonís world renowned Drumtech and then graduating with a BA (Hons.) in Popular Music Studies from the highly prestigious Bretton Hall College (Leeds University), Glenn has been working as a professional drummer for almost 20 years.

Glennís international career has taken him throughout Europe and the US playing festivals such as 'Glastonbury', 'Reading & Leeds', 'Echo Park Rising', 'Wireless', 'Furia Sound,' 'Camden Crawl' and 'T In The Park', as well as headline tours with Cherubs, The Montrose Avenue, The Diamond Lights, Big Joe Louis, and Dubai superstar and MTV Europe Music Award nominee Hamdan Al-Abri.

Most recently Glenn has been busy writing, recording and gigging in the US with The Saint James Society, Chief White Lightning, Happy Hollows, and The Black Windmill. On the other side of the Atlantic Glenn has seen the debut album release with his own project The Diamond Lights as well as demoing new tracks with Roman Remains (The critically acclaimed new project from The Duke Spirit singer Liela Moss).

Glennís recording credits have seen him write and record with, most notably, Peermusic's Award Winning writer Dele Ladimeji (Jay Sean / Natasha Bedingfield), producer Gareth Parton (The Breeders / Foals / The Go! Team), acclaimed Finnish songwriter John McGregor, film composer Richard Chester and producer Charlie Russell (Alt-J / Radiohead / Kasabian).