Glenn Schwartz

Blues, Musical Artist

1941 –

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Who is Glenn Schwartz?

Glenn Schwartz first came to the attention of rock music audiences as the guitarist for The James Gang, based in Cleveland.

He left the James Gang in late December 1967 when he moved to California. He later joined the Los Angeles based Blues band Pacific Gas & Electric and, in 1970, scored a national top 20 hit with the song "Are You Ready?".

Tired of the rock and roll life, he left PG&E to join a pioneering Gospel rock group The All Saved Freak Band, which was the musical evangelistic arm of an Ohio religious group-turned-cult, the Church of the Risen Christ, headed by Larry Hill.

Schwartz recorded four albums with the Freak Band before leaving it in 1980.

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1941
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on July 23, 2013

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