Glenn Douglas Tubb

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Glenn Douglas Tubb (born in Texas)[1] is a Songwriter[2] married to Dottie Snow Tubb.[3]

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The song Skip A Rope written by him[4][5] and Jack Moran,[6] performed by Henson Cargill was nominated for a Grammy in 1969.

Glenn Douglas Tubb performs at The Ernest Tubb Record Shop Texas Troubadour Theater Midnight Jamboree. In addition to Skip A Rope, he co-wrote the hit "Home Of The Blues" with Johnny Cash and he co-wrote the George Jones & Tammy Wynette hit "Two Story House" with Dave Lindsey and Tammy Wynette. He wrote a Gospel song for Johnny Cash titled "I Talk To Jesus Every Day" that was later recorded by Bob Dylan and others. He also finished writing an unfinished song that Hank Williams left behind when he died titled "Heartbroken, Forsaken And Alone." He was also asked to finish writing the last song that Johnny Cash was working on when he died titled "my Lord Has Gone." Glenn and his wife, Dottie, are ministers now and they broadcast their church service called THE KITCHEN TABERNACLE on the internet on "Facebook Live" and Periscope" each Sunday in the afternoon. The program is viewed all over the world. In his early career, Glenn recorded for Decca Records where he produced an album and several singles. He also recorded for MGM Records and Mercury Records and Dot Records. In the 1950s, he toured with Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, George Jones, Marty Robbins and many others. He is still recording his songs today, both Gospel and Country. He does a lot of duets now with his wife, Dottie.

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