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"Folk music is all about telling stories", explains Toronto singer-songwriter GLEN HORNBLAST. "Songwriters are impossible dreamers trying to change the world with their songs. And sometimes it works." A self-confessed 1960's hippie, Glen travelled across Canada during the late 60s & early 70s like an old-fashioned troubadour. His musical influences include Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell, James Taylor and Townes Van Zandt. Glen's current CD entitled Once In A Blue Moon is an eclectic mix of his best songs written over the last 30 years. Listening to the songs he writes & sings, you'll be transported to the scenes he paints and moved by the emotion he stirs. Tune in for an up close & personal look at Glen's music career and the stories behind his songs.
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