Glen Doll sings and plays harmonica for keeps. No one else sounds the same.
His skill and versatility has allowed him to perform with a wide range of artists. He has been a guest artist of the sixties band "The Strawberry Alarm Clock" performing at major "oldies" shows. He's been the harmonica player for ultimate blues diva, Linda Hopkins (Tony Award, 100+ Tonight Show appearances).
Especially noted for his skill as a "blues harp" artist, Doll learned his skills the old fashioned way, playing the clubs of South Central Los Angeles.
He began as a sideman to the late J.J. "Bad Boy" Jones, an L.A. blues institution voted "Most Authentic Blues Player" by the L.A. Weekly. For four years he was with "Chu Chu & the Lovely Band" (Roosevelt Stringfellow). This was highlighted by being named L.A.'s best blues band at the 2008 MIC awards in Los Angeles.