Glenn Driskell

Glenn Driskell

BandComedySinger/Songwriter

I sing a variety of music genre's from Krooners, Blues, Rock & Roll, Gospel, and Contemporary Christian music for special occasions such as receptions, parties, weddings, festivals and worship. I really enjoy singing the classic songs that entertainers are known for, i.e. Tom Jones and "Unusual"

Biography

I've been singing for 14 years in worship services and weddings. Everyone seems to enjoy my voice and I have received numerous written cards and letters, phone calls, and personal testimonies describing how my songs have been a moving experience for them. I count it a great honor for someone to asked me to sing for them. I first learned that people enjoyed my singing during Bible School "Round Up" in June 1995. I sang a duet with a friend that had a country sound. People began to encourage me to sing in choir and do solos in church. After overcoming much anxiety, shyness, and just being scared to death, I began a journey in singing Christian Contemporary and Gospel music. Along the way, I gained more confidence and my music minister taught me to sing with all my heart and to use my voice to bring glory to God. My voice is a gift from God because, regretfully, I never studied music. What I've learned is basically on the job training by ear. This on the job training serves me well and keeps me humble. I still work very hard to present a pleasing result. I sing from the heart and not my head.

Set List

Josh Groban, "You Raise Me Up", Frank Sinatra, " Come Fly With Me", "I've Got You Under My Skin" Harry Connick Jr, "It Had To Be You", Nat King Cole, "Unforgettable", Tom Jones, "Unusual", Elvis Presley, "My Way", "All Shook Up", " Can't Help Falling In Love", "Johnny B. Good", "BLue Suede Shoes", "Don't Be Cruel", Stevie Ray Vaughn, "Pride and Joy", " Brown Eyed Girl", Roy Orbison, "Pretty Woman", Little Feat, "Dixie Chiken", Dobie Gray, "Drift Away", Otis Redding,"Dock of the Bay", Blues Brothers, "Soul Man", George Strait, "I Cross My Heart", Rascal Flatts, "God Bless The Broken Road"