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Click the link below to read the interview...” - Chris Slattery

Montgomery Gazette

Singer/songwriter Russ Glenn strips it down and keeps it simple. A nice strumming guitar chord rings clear with his wavering vocals that transform classic light folk pop into an amazing amalgam of fantastic cuts and righteous songwriting. I like an artist who isn’t afraid to “keep it simple stupid” and not get so wrapped up in adding a billion different parts and instruments that the song feels forced rather than a natural thing. Good stuff for folks who just want to hear a damn song.” - J-Sin

Smother magazine

Russ Glenn – “Unless” – Russ Glenn’s debut CD achieves a consistently mellow-yet-intense, acoustic-pop vibe. Glenn's Jack Johnson-esque voice is flexible and unforced, even bouncy in the faster songs... His voice and guitar are always foremost in the mix, so listeners who prefer a solo artist over ensemble interplay should be pleased. Most tracks favor a simple structure of repetitive guitar strums, so neither excessive vocal harmonies nor extraneous rhythms detract focus from the vocals. Throughout the album, song tempos are a fairly consistent medium-slow to medium-fast. Neither Glenn’s voice nor his songs sound overly polished, which can be refreshing in this increasingly sanitized world. If you like CDs that feel like you’re hanging out in a bar with friends while a band plays, check this out. CHT Pick: “The Bridge is Up”” - Laura Smolowitz

Coffeehousetour.com

Russ Glenn's simplistic artistry cuts through the over-dubbed,electronically layered world of pop music. His rich insights into life on songs like Flagstaff and Truth & Consequences make his messages live in the universal flow of human experience. Russ' ability to 'master' the moment and capture the live feeling in one cut in a recording studio usually reserved for endless hours in takes, re-takes, and massive engineering edits make it a perfect fit for those who appreciate what can and does happen at an intimate live performance by an approachable, personable artist.” - M. Pionkowski

— Wood Valley- Topeka, KS