Regina folk-rocker Glenn Sutter (sue-ter) is a familiar part of the Saskatchewan music scene. With 5 albums to his credit, he is known for honest, intelligent songs about nature, love, and the human condition, with lyrics that make you listen. Whether he’s playing solo guitar or piano or with his band, also called Rivertime, his songs touch on shared joys and painful truths, until it feels like you’re catching up with an old friend. Sometimes he writes about the storms that rumble through our troubled times, but he also shows us the sunrise and what it means to be resilient.
A lifelong, classically-trained musician, Sutter released his debut CD All You Need in 2008, produced by WCMA-winner David j Taylor. One of the tracks, called Weight of the World, was selected as the Saskatchewan track on David Suzuki's Playlist for the Planet (CBC Radio3). Sutter followed this with a 2010 live collaboration with Brett Dolter (Library Voices, B.D. Willoughby) called Seeds, a 2011 solo release called Sweet Happiness, again produced by Taylor, and a 2015 studio album called Let the Dog Run, produced by Mark Schmidt. His latest album, co-produced with Orion Paradis and released in 2019, is a collection of nature-inspired folk-rock gems called In Rivertime.
- Sep/19 - Release of In Rivertime album, with feature interviews on Global, CTV Regina and Saskatoon, and CBC Saskatchewan Weekend
- May/18 - Commercial release of CJTR tracks
- Mar/18 – Semi-finalist in Canadian Songwriting Competition for Mind on Fire
- Apr/17 – Live recording with Rivertime band for Live on 11th CJTR series
- Mar/17 – Semi-finalist in Canadian Songwriting Competition for Wait
- Jul/16 – Local festival shows (Montmarte and Ft. Qu’Appelle)
- Mar-Apr/16 – Album release tour (14 shows from Edmonton to Wpg)
- Feb/15 – Creative Sask Touring and Market Export Development grants
- Nov/15 – Release of Let the Dog Run and videos for Promises and Green Fire
- Apr/15 – Creative Sask sound recording grant for Let the Dog Run album