Born on August 7th 1969 to Jack and Linda Glennon of Levittown and Seaford, Long Island N.Y., he grew up listening to his father play and sing in a band. As a result, Jack’s exposure to and affinity for rock and roll music came at an early age. While growing up listening to great bands like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Doors, Etc… Jack always knew he wanted to play guitar. As time went on he was introduced to bands like AC/DC, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Aerosmith, and Led Zeppelin. These hard rockin’ bands solidified his desire to play. Jack began playing guitar at around the age of 11 when some friends of his wanted to start a band. The band never formed but Jack continued on and began to sing with his father doing oldies and sing-alongs in pubs and bars in Boston and New York. All the while Jack was starting to develop his own style and at 18 went out and started doing his own gigs. But doing your own gigs means you have to sing, so Jack began to experiment with another instrument- his voice.
While in college at Mass. Maritime Academy he hooked up with a bass player, drummer, and lead guitarist. During their down time on their training cruise they would jam to all sorts of music. This opened the door to even more influences like Neil Young, The Cult, Pearl Jam, Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bob Marley and too many more to mention. The guitar playing took a back seat to singing, which came as a shock to Jack who was a shy kid and was afraid to let anyone hear him sing. Through the years Jack has opened his mind and heart to all sorts of music, but blues and rock and roll have remained his true passion. Through many highs and lows, bands or solo, the love of music and playing is what makes Jack’s passion for performing burn bright.