Spencer Glenn is a singer/songwriter currently residing in Seattle, WA. He started out in Utah in 2012, where he shared the stage with grammy award winners, touring acts such as Andy Grammer and Rachel Platten, and contestants from the Voice. He has also lived and played shows abroad in South Korea and Brazil, which has influenced his sound.
He currently plays with his soul band around the Northwest, which has been described as “a young Stevie Wonder....(with a) band that rounds out the equation beautifully, delivering soulful upbeat tunes that play like a soundtrack to a hot summer with blistering skies, lakes, and oceans nearby (Plastic Jet Airline).” In 2015, he came out with a self titled album full of soulful singer songwriter tunes that is currently playing on radio stations abroad, as well as Pandora and Spotify.
He is set to release an acoustic album titled Hold On this coming July. The album is about adversity and hope and is more folk/singer songwriter in genre. David Adams, founder of The Acoustic Guitar Project, described Spencer’s music this way: "Listening to Spencer Glenn is like floating in a peaceful, warm bath or curling up in a hammock on a sunny day. Simply put. His music comforts. Pop on any track, lay your head back, breathe a little easier and let your thoughts swirl around his reassuring melodies."