I Can't Live Like This
Glen Gordon...has felt a burning desire for singing since the age of five. Born in Hemingway, South Carolina, his first stage performances were in small country churches, and a school marching band. Hoping to travel the world and possibly gain another outlet for his music, Glenn joined the US Army in 1973. Glenn's army buddies gave him the nickname GG. He has kept the moniker of GG, using it as his stage name to this day. With a strong conviction to follow his heart and pursue a music career, he formed a band called GG and The Shock Waves. Later in the 1980s, joining the band, Rush Hour in Columbia SC, as lead vocalist and light percussion player, opened for concert headliners, Bill Pinkey and The Original Drifters and Billy Paul of Me and Mrs. Jones fame. August 27,2006, 'GG and Friends Band' played the opening at Lakewood in the Atlanta Ga. area on the side stage for the Mary J. Blige concert 'The Breakthrough Experience'. Today GG resides in Atlanta, GA. For the most part, GG is a solo performer,using his bass guitar as a soulful accompaniment. His sound is an exciting combination of artists: Luther Vandross, Larry Graham, Teddy Pendergrass, Lionel Richie and the Motown sound. GG adores performing for audiences who like to dance to the sounds of legends such as: Kool and the Gang; Frankie Beverly and Maze, Ohio Players, Sly Stone, the Isley Brothers and Rick James. With over twenty years in the music business along with releasing his first single 'I Can't Live Like This,' GG has been helping musicians, artists, and others to learn how to protect their work. As an expert in copyrights, he conducts workshops and seminars, offers instructional copyright kits on disc,copyright forms from the copyright office, speaks and presents to panels, and does one-to-one consultations on his areas of expertise. 'GG and Friends Band' Plays all over the USA at present and will come and play any place you need them as long as they have a 90 day notice and all parties have agreed to an advanced approved contract.