Glenn

​Chatten

and the

men of quiet desperation

Glenn Chatten and the Men of Quiet Desperation performing, July 9th 2017, at the renowned Jazz Vespers, St Andrews Wesley United Church, Vancouver, BC. With Dave Say on Sax/Flute, Enrico Renz on Lead Guitar, Marshall Zalik on Percussion, Ross Christopher Fairbairn on Bass,and Amarjeet Singh on Tablas. Video by Rod Matheson.

This is the title track called, "Prairie Moon" from Glenn Chatten's new CD, "Liminal" videotaped while on tour in Northern BC at the Knox United Church in Terrace, May 1, 2016 with electric violinist, Ken Cade.

One of Glenn Chatten's newest songs, "One Step Closer to the Grave", recorded by Rod Matheson at Joy Fest 2015, Vancouver, July 17,  featuring Enrico Renz on lead guitar, Dave Say on sax, Marshall Zalik on percussion, Ross Christopher Fairbairn on bass and Heather Duff on harmony vocals. Sound Engineering by Rob Fillo. Video and Audio Editing by Ken Cade (Toronto).

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Acoustic and unplugged version of Glenn's new song "Broken People". Filmed  for DAY 515 of Every Day Music Project - Recorded at St. Andrews Wesley United Church on Dec.18, 2014 by Rod Matheson.

Canadian finger-style guitarist, Glenn Chatten, performs one of his newest instrumental compositions, "Naam" at the 'Crescent Moon Over Laos' book launch co-hosted by novelist, Mark Boyter, in the intimate settings of the Chapel at St Andrews Wesley United Church, Vancouver, BC, Jan 15th 2015. Video by Rod Matheson.

Live Performance of Glenn Chatten's newest song,"How Deep" with Dave Say on Sax, Ross Christopher Fairbairn on U Bass/Vocals, Marshall Zalik on Percussion/Vocals and Heather Duff singing Harmony Vocals. Recorded live at The Genesis Theatre, Ladner BC, Sept 26, 2014. Audio Engineering by Zed Productions (Sheldon Zaharko). Video by Ward Teulon, Casey Mons. Sound and Video editing by Ken Cade (Toronto).