(59 Total References)
| Legacy Five
3. Speaking of legends of tomorrow, check out this clip of a recent Remember The Music concert: A quartet comprised of tenor Danny Funderburk, lead Scott Fowler, baritone Mark Trammell, and bass Pat Barker sing "Movin' Up To Gloryland," and this is the first time I've seen an instance where Glenn Dustin didn't take the bass on the song.
The first chorus features the Booth Brothers themselves, but then Legacy Five's bass singer, Glenn Dustin, gets a solo verse and joins the group for the rest of the song.
Fairlawn Church of the Nazarene
With the capable assistance of tenor Frank Seamans, baritone Scott Howard, and bass singer Glenn Dustin, Legacy Five has captured the attention of fans and industry leaders alike.
Legacy Five just announced in their email newsletter that founding bass member Glenn Dustin is leaving the group.
Dustin's statement read:
Glenn "Cuz" Dustin
became a fan favorite the moment he
stepped on stage.
resignation is effective immediately; Legacy
Five is currently accepting auditions for a replacement.
I am really sorry to see Glenn
leave the group.
My prayer is for Glenn
to to be fulfilled wherever God would have him be.
has always been one of my favorite bass singers.
The Garms Family July 12, 2012 at 12:54 pm
Wow, we are stunned.
We will miss Glenn
, but treasure the fun memories we have of him.
Very sad to see Glenn
I wonder why he
Daniel.... it is your "feel" or "educated guess" that Glenn
is resigning due to health or family issues that is taking him all the way out of the industry or is it your "feel" or "educated guess" that he
may be moving elsewhere like to Greater Vision or some other group?
In essence, it it your sense that he
is leaving L5
has to or because he
Anyone heard any more about Glenn Dustin?
I'm wondering if he
will surface with another group this fall?
is as enjoyable off stage as he
is on stage and his
departure truly leaves a big hole in Legacy
I am thankful I had the opportunity to see Legacy
Five this past Friday in Terrell, TX as it was, little to my knowledge, the last time I'd get to hear him live.
Having said that, I could tell that something was wrong with him during the show.
Nothing particular, other than that he
forgot the words to "I've Been Changed", he
just wasn't himself.
I wish all the best to Glenn
family and I'm in prayer for the rest of Legacy
Five as this will be a tough transition.
Glenn Dustin September 18, 2012 at 4:52 pm
, if you are reading this blog-and I believe you are-I hope you and your family are doing fine and that everyone is happy and healthy.
, I wish the best brother whatever the reason.
was and will always be one of my favorite bass singers.
is a great guy, and one of the very best bass singers there is.
I hope he
does well in his
Having been the first bus driver for L5
, I can tell you that Glenn Dustin
was the finest memeber of the group.
is a very kind person at all times.
was, and is my friend.
is true blue in public and in private.
Glenn Dustin September 18, 2012 at 4:54 pm
It's going to be hard to imagine L5 without Glenn.
was the only one they had as it was!
But the worse thing is having to tell my Adrianna that lives Glenn!
The Fisher's will surely miss you!!!!
We live you Glenn!
Glenn Dustin September 18, 2012 at 4:56 pm
have a health problem or someone in the family?
Seems sudden....he will be missed!
Glenn grew on me as a bass singer and the past few years I considered him one of the top on the road.....the thing that sticks in my mind about Legacy 5 is their class....they will need to try and replace that Cathedral/Legacy 5 class on stage....best wishes in their search....I have my doubts about some of those mentioned above (although they are great)...
We will miss our treks to Cody WY, to hear you sing Glenn
I too felt Dustin
wasn't himself at the Wooster, Ohio concert this spring.
I left thinking, he
may be tired of the road.
It has to work on you and the family.
EricE July 13, 2012 at 1:53 am
It is indeed sad that Glenn
is leaving but their is a time and a season for everything.
We may not know why he
is leaving but we must support him in this and his
I have gone to L5 concerts in my area for years and always loved hearing Glenn
hit those LOW LOW bass notes.
We might not understand why but I believe it's God's calling for Glenn
to move on to something different.
All we can do is sit back and wait and keep supporting L5 and Glenn and the rest will fall in place.
With that being said we will miss you Glenn!
I am saddened to see Glenn
go, but Scott F. is one of the best quartet men out there.
One other question.....with the implication being that Glenn
was coming off the road immediately, do you know who is filling the bass spot right now on an interim basis?
Again, I think they need to find someone in their age group of the 40s...young enough to have longevity and old enough to have reached a consistent level every night...I think it would be neat if they went out and found someone that none of us know about, just like they did with Glenn!
I wish Glenn
I hope that his
decision was made in haste, and that whatever the issues are, be it health or family, can be worked out.
When I listen to the CD's with Glenn in L5 or Jubilee 3, I cannot believe he is no longer going to be singing.
This was such a shock to see Glenn
I will say, though, that his
leaving was very sudden.
However, I haven't heard of L5 staging that song in years - and I also don't know if Glenn
would do that low of a note every single night, or if it was a once-in-a-while thing.
for me Glenn Dustin
was one of the best if not best bass singers overall .  EVERYTHING ABOUT Glenn Dustin .that I could see was great
I am just heart-broken...I have always loved Glenn Dustin - even before he ever started singing with L5.
is my hometown guy.
will never be the same without him.
Hope that he
will continue to let us hear that beautiful deep bass voice giving praise to God - I sure want to know if/when he
returns to singing.
I'm thinking maybe Gaither Vocal Band would be a good fit for him.
They have 2 tenors, why not 2 basses?
I love Glenn Dustin's
voice, attitude, "spirit"....pray that God will "make a way" for him to use his
The Harper Agency :: Representing Gospel Music at its Best :: Nashville, TN
Glenn Dustin featured on SIRIUS | XM SATELLiTE RADIO
Coming up on Daniel Britt & Friends
, the week of 06/28/10: Every quartet has one: the foundation of the four - part harmony; the basement notes of the bass singer.
In our one - on - one series, we pull Glenn Dustin
aside from Legacy Five
to hear his
personal story of music, faith, and family.
It's a spotlight on just one of the many team members who make up the great groups of Gospel: Glenn Dustin of Legacy Five, on the next Daniel Britt & Friends!
News | SouthernGospelBlog.com
Just in case you missed it, Legacy Five announced bass singer Glenn Dustin's departure, and the Mark Trammell Quartet announced that Nick Trammell would be replacing Dustin Sweatman at the lead position.