credit: M. Edmund Howse
Long a fixture on the Austin music scene, Glenn Rexach has been a first call guitarist for decades. His performing credits include: jazz sax great Eddie Harris, Buddy Emmons, Phil Baugh, the Creative Opportunity Jazz Orchestra, Brannen Temple's Atomic Soul, Just Released, Helen Sung, Jr. Medlow and the Bad Boys, Eliza Gilkyson, Dr. James Polk, Tony Campise, Hank Hehmsoth, violin and oud virtuoso Simon Shaheen, La Tribu, Tamere, Orchesta Tropicante, Jazz P.R., the Samba Police, Paul Peress, Strings Attached, Gary Clark Jr., Carolyn Wonderland, and many others. Glenn is a long time member of the Austin Jazz Workshop, which brings jazz performances into over 100 elementary schools every year in Austin and surrounding communities. He is also a guitar instructor at the Austin School of Music, and has taught private lessons at St. Stephens Academy. He performs every Sunday at Bannockburn Baptist Church and at Bethany Lutheran Church. He currently has 3 recordings under his own name, RoundTrip (out of print), Living Joe to Joe, and his most recent, released in 2016, PanaRican.