- Electric Guitar
- Rock, Fusion
- DB-GBL Double Ball End Boomers
Beginning in the 1970s, Dann Glenn started as a rock musician, but later became a jazz/fusion guitar player and classical composer. During his formative years he played with such musicians as blues guitarists Michael Bloomfield, and Luther Tucker. Dann was mentored by Monk Montgomery, the first bassist to record electric bass on a jazz tune, and brother of jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery. Starting, and ultimately leaving, a band known as Bang Tower with Percy Jones, Glenn went on to create a new ensemble, the Eleven Eleven Orchestra, which features bass players Jeff Berlin and Baba Elefante, and drummer Ronnie Ciago. Glenn appeared in the motion picture “Johnnie Be Good” alongside Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, and many other icons of music. Dann Glenn is now recording with a new rock band being formed under the Rose Lane Records label. Always in the vanguard of new music, this composer/ player is constantly evolving.