Find the crossroads of blues roots country and folk and you will discover Nhunggabarra, Kooma, Muruwari man and international touring singer Glenn Skuthorpe with his guitar, mandolin, banjo and harmonicas in hand. The singer songwriter has carved a reputation as an exemplary lyricist and composer, travelling the world and sharing through music. Whether on the main stage or around the campfire, Glenn is a generous and exciting performer whose playing style is captivating and enveloping, engaging audiences in the stories behind his songs.
Glenn has performed on stages big and small with some living legends in his long career – including Steve Earle, Tex Perkins, Kev Carmody, Rory McLeod, Michelle Shocked, Buddy Miller and Mary Gauthier. Glenn’s music is featured on multiple films, documentaries and television series both nationally and internationally, most recently on Emmy and BAFTA-award winning film-maker and journalist John Pilger’s 2014 film Utopia.
Following successful tours throughout Canada and Australia featuring on stages at Calgary, Edmonton, Woodford, Cygnet & Illawarra Folk Festivals, Byron Bay Bluesfest and Sydney Opera House, 2017 will see Glenn take his self-produced fifth independent album ‘See My World’ on the road with his band for the ‘Taking It Home’ tour playing shows throughout SA, NSW, QLD and VIC.