A Brief Bio


Glenn Sutter (sue-ter) is a Regina singer-songwriter whose stories and songs draw you in, like a gentle fire. He offers up his engaging, good-natured folk-rock as a way for people to escape for a while and find common ground through shared humanity, joys, and truths. Whether he's playing finger-style guitar or boogie piano, his songs touch on nature, love, and the human condition, with hints of Greg Keelor, John Prine, and John Hiatt.

Shortly after the release of his 2008 debut album, Sutter hit the national spotlight when his tune “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, played big stages and festivals, and released four more albums.

Sutter's latest album, a May 2024 release called “Truth and Lies," is a wide-ranging exploration of what it means to feel at home. The first single, a love song called “End of the World,” garnered glowing reviews, with the folk music website Great Dark Wonder describing it as "a wry, touching love story about what really matters." The song also brought more national attention when it was picked up for syndication and played by CBC stations across Canada. 

In the Press

Single Release: “End Of The World” - Review by Great Dark Wonder - “a wry, touching love story about what really matters” - 26 March 2024

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