A Brief Bio

Saskatchewan singer-songwriter Glenn Sutter (sue-ter) offers up his engaging, good-natured folk-rock to help people get away for a while and find common ground through shared humanity, joys and truths. Whether playing solo or with his band, his music is rooted in a life-long passion for piano and a fusion of folk and blues guitar, with hints of Neil Young, Greg Keelor, and John Prine. 

Shortly after his debut release in 2008, Sutter hit the national spotlight when his song “Weight of the World” became the Saskatchewan track on David Suzuki’s Playlist for the Planet (CBC and Universal Music). Since then, he has toured, released more albums, and played big stages and festivals. This spring, he will be releasing his fifth studio album “Truth and Lies," a compelling exploration of what it means to feel at home. 


In the Press

Limbocast Podcast - Glenn Sutter In Rivertime - "A beautiful piece of work!" 7 Dec 2019

Hear It Live - Gord Downie, Chanie Wenjack inspire Sutter's song 'Mind on Fire' - Ashley Martin, Leader-Post article, 19 Sep 2019

Five Questions with Glenn Sutter - Jenna Melanson, Canadian Beats, 17 Sep 2019

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