Glen Booth

Glen started off as a fill in, learning 30 to 40 Elvis tunes in the first couple of shows. After filling in a few times with Shawn Klush & Cody Slaughter, and performing a couple of shows with Anthony Von,  and casting in Steve kabakos’ ‘If I Can Dream” show, Glen has amassed a large number of Elvis tunes in a short period of time. He is now a staple member of The Casino Brothers Band.

Here is his bio:

Glen, a graduate of the Mohawk College Music Program in Hamilton Ontario, has been a fixture in the Southern Ontario Music scene for over 20 years. Having played in Numerous successful Tribute and show bands touring throughout North America (including a 2 month residency at the famed “Legends in Concert” at the Imperial Palace in Las Vegas) and playing as far east as Korea.

His love of all things guitar and having a wide range of musical influences from Early Rock n Roll/Classic Rock/Blues/Jazz have led to a string of interesting projects as of late that he is involved in. Aside from the Casino Brothers, Glen is also performing with:

Johnny and The Cruizers – A 50′s & 60′s Rock N Roll Show Band.

The Practically Hip -  Canada’s # 1 Tribute to the Tragically Hip.

The Beach Party Boys – Playing all of the Beach Boys greatest and West coast inspired rock n roll.

Walking After Midnight – The Patsy Cline story

Saturday Night at the Grand ol Country Jamboree – tribute to the great pioneers of Country Music

The Gem Tones – All star backing band to tributes such as Neil Diamond, Tom Jones,  Frankie Valli