Glen just released his final album titled "Ghost on the Canvas" which is getting rave reviews. Glen has informed world know he is in the first stage of Alzheimer's disease, but is excited going on the road one last time with his grown kids playing in the band. Glen is not just known for his hit records and shows, he played lead on over 100 big hit records for other artists and toured for a while with the Beach Boys. Here is a short list of Glen's contribution playing guitar in the studio.
Strangers in the Night by Frank Sinatra
You've lost that Lovin Feelin - Righteous Brothers
I'm a Believer- Monkees
Fun Fun Fun and Good Vibrations by the Beach Boys
Viva Las Vegas- Elvis
The Sound of Silence- Simon & Garfunkel
Surf City- Jan & Dean
Aquarius- Fifth Dimension
Legend of Bonnie & Clyde- Merle Haggard
A long list of tracks by his pal Johnny Cash
This is just a sample. Glen was one of the best studio musicians in history.
John Zupan, founder of Zupan's Markets, has died. He was struck by a suspected drunken driver Monday night. John loved his family, markets and the community. A very sad loss. The family says well-wishers can make donations to the Emanuel Medical Center Foundation in lieu of flowers.
PORTLAND -- A man was taken into custody after police said he hit a motorcyclist in Northeast Portland Monday night and then fled the scene.
Investigators said Edy Reynoso-Ramirez, 32, was driving erratically and speeding eastbound along NE Marine Drive when he crossed the center line and crashed head-on into an oncoming motorcycle near the 138th Avenue intersection. (Ramirez pictured in police mug shot at right.)
The driver fled on foot but police said they found him a short time later and arrested him around 8 p.m.
The injured motorcyclist, later identified as John Zupan, 66, of Vancouver, was taken to Legacy Emanuel Hospital with critical injuries. He is the founder of Portland's Zupan's Markets.
NE Marine Drive was closed between 138th and 148th Avenues as police investigated. They said both vehicles left the roadway after the crash, and Ramirez' Honda Civic ended up at the bottom of a steep embankment. The motorcycle was a 2009 BMW.