Glenn's music career started in 1986 with his band Toad the Wet Sprocket at the tender age of 14. Their first LP, Bread and Circus, was recorded in 1988 and got them signed to Columbia Records. The band went on to great success, garnering lots of attention and heavy radio play with songs like "All I Want" and "Walk on the Ocean."
The group disbanded in 1998 and Glen began a solo career. He has recorded three studio records and one live album, the latest of which is the critically acclaimed "Mr. Lemons." He lives in Santa Barbara, California with his wife and three daughters when he is not out on the road.
In this interview Glen talks candidly about his music career and "paying his dues on the other end" as he puts it. He talks in depth about his influences and early musical experience as well as his growth as a person and a songwriter on his quest to find his voice.
Two tracks from his latest CD, Mr. Lemons are featured in this episode: "Thank You" and "Blindsight".