“I’m not sure I chose country music, in a way it kind of chose me” claims blue-collared hero Glen
Templeton, who is living proof that fate favors the fearless. Glen’s story of perseverance
started as a boy living in an old Alabama trailer with his “Memaw” where life was about just
getting by. Now, as an accomplished recording artist who has graced the Opry stage, one can see
just how far his hard work has brought him to now living a dream that
most can only imagine.
Glen Templeton's legacy began to unfold when he shared the stage with his late father, Dwight
Templeton, a veteran and country music recording artist. Glen sang at the VFW in Cottondale,
chasing his dreams to Nashville, TN. Glen went on to perform and record his own version of his
father's charting single,
Glen soon embarked on an epic journey, catapulting him into the public eye with appearances on
CMT, The Grand Ole Opry, The Ryman and more. Sharing stages with the likes of Loretta Lynn,
George Jones, Montgomery
Gentry, LoCash and countless others, Glen Templeton has amassed an immeasurable number of
faithful fans and followers, contributing to millions of streams on Spotify, Apple Music and
YouTube, while simultaneously securing #1 spots on the radio charts, including
Sirius XM, with good-time anthems like Ball Cap.
Fueled by uncompromising tenacity and raw talent, Glen Templeton is touring non-stop, gearing
up to release his best material yet.