With five highly-regarded albums and music featured in documentaries such as John Pilger’s Utopia, Nhunggabarra, Kooma, Muruwari man and international touring singer-songwriter Glenn Skuthorpe has carved a reputation as an exemplary lyricist and composer, traveling the world and sharing through music.
Glenn’s highly acclaimed fifth album ‘See My World’ is evocative of the wide-open road with its roots-rock sound, demanding the listener lean in closer, get on their feet and come along for the ride.
Following a string of highly successful international and national shows, Glenn returns to the studio to record his follow up acoustic album before heading back out on the road touring throughout Australia and North America in 2018.
‘Glenn Skuthorpe’s music sings this country. When I hear his words and hear what he has to say, it’s this country singing back to us.’ Alec Doomadgee, Zach’s Ceremony & Frontier Days Rodeo (AUS)
‘Skuthorpe is a songwriter who allows his songs to suggest their musical context rather than impose one or two directions to suit some perceived ‘style’ or genre. ‘See My World’ is classic stuff delivered with understated, sometimes foreboding passion and some great, unshakeable melodies.’ Michael Smith, Rhythms Mag (AUS)
‘Skuthorpe has no interest in “new country” or “country pop”. He has his own sound, his own style and he is more than happy to exploit what he does well. He writes strong, emotional, story telling lyrics and backs them up with a tight band and tight guitar sound. This album should be on turntables the world over. Blues, Cajun, Rock, Roots music all combined by one incredibly talented and extremely hardworking musician.’ Aaron Badgley, Spill Magazine (CAN)