Early California: Music Review

Glenn’s genius brings out my play on words creativity once again!


Glenn Symmonds “Early California” is a toe-tapping ten pack. Sing-a-long lyrics wrap you in nonstop lingo and will conjure memories of days past. Pop it in your player or play it on your portable device for a trucker trip of tunes. Early California delivers drivers to their destination in true Symmonds style.

His comfort as a singer-songwriter is evident in every track, just as the flavor and feel of each song resembles his influences. Fun-loving and friendly, this CD exudes at home ease with a wide audience reach that’s sure to please.

Available on iTunes:

About Glenn:
Glenn started his musical journey as a session drummer through-out the 70’s and 80’s. He recorded and toured with artists like Automatic Man, Coke Escovedo, Etta James, Dave Mason, Juice Newton, Duncan Sheik and The Untouchables… just to name a few. He refers to the Eddie Money Band as his “day job” with over 100 tour dates a year, however his passion remains playing his guitar and singing his songs. Glenn is a natural storyteller and entertainer. He often opens the show while on tour with Eddie Money and has branched out with two solo CDs: 2011’s “Southern Poets, Trains and Troubadours” and his newest release “Early California”. Glenn’s music features folk roots, reggae, country and pop influences identified in artists like Tom Petty, John Hiatt, John Mellencamp and Bob Dylan.

Visit Glenn on the web: http://glennsymmonds.com

About Kimberly Michele Durham


Posted on December 11, 2012, in K*Chele Magazine, Music Review, Reviews and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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