Glenn Johnson (drummer)

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Glenn Johnson (born in Detroit)[1] is an American drummer and composer, most famous for being the drummer of Leisure Class from its inception.[2][3] He has also played with Ron Anderson and Stefan Zenuik in a group called Maxim Bass.[4]

Partial discography[edit]

  • see Leisure Class
  • Jeanne Lozier - Queen of Your Dreams (2005)
  • The Jeanne Lozier Band - “Beg and Plead” on the compilation, Red Hot Blues (2004)
  • Mr. Unique and the Leisure Class (1983)
  • The Sirens - Much Too Young (1980)
  • Wild Man Fischer - Larry Comes Alive (1979)

References[edit]

  1. ^ All About Jazz. "All About Jazz". 
  2. ^ http://www.ancient-rome.info/Leisure_Class
  3. ^ "The Rise, Fall and Reunion of The Leisure Class". NPR.org. 23 August 2005. 
  4. ^ "Maxim Bass at the Silent Barn 2010/10/14". Internet Archive.