We have had so many requests for "It Is Written" that we have re released this recording. Contains the songs "I'm Born Again, Stephen, Lord of All, Prophet Among Them, and more. This is the original recording digitally remaster.
Glenn Garrett is an artist, writer & author who has traveled and performed all over the world. Glenn is also a gold record producer. He received his education from Auburn University where he majored in the Arts and Speech Communications. He has recorded eight major record projects and has had over 100 songs published and recorded by other artist and himself, including the National Chart toppers, I’m Born Again You Are Jehovah and Waiting On You. Glenn’s songs have consistently charted in the top ten, both in the US and abroad.
His latest single You Shall Overcome, released in June 2006, is already touching hearts around the globe. Glenn continues to be a prolific songwriter / artist working with such talent as Point of Grace, Lisa Bevill and Chris Rodriguez. The tunes Magdalene, Your Love and I’ll Stay There, three songs co-written by Garrett and Rodriguez for his CD Beggars Paradise on Word Records, received rave reviews from Billboard Magazine and the press. Glenn produced, and wrote All I Need for the award winning group, Point of Grace. He has received two Gold Records for his work on the Free To Fly CD. Glenn also just produced four songs for newcomer Shelley Spady, release date sometime early 2008. All Heaven Moves and You Are Not Alone written by Glenn are sure to be radio favorites from her CD.
Glenn was commissioned to write the National theme song for the Vietnam Memorial in Washington D.C. Glenn and Kathy Garrett wrote the poetic lyric, while Garrett and Wayne Kirkpatrick wrote the powerful music. The results was, Heroes In Black Stone. Senator John Kerry of Mass. announced Heroes In Black Stone to be the official theme song for the Vietnam Memorial at a press conference held in the nations capital in September of that year. The Song was performed on Veterans Day by Garrett on the Wall at the National ceremony in Washington D.C. before dignitaries and thousands of Veterans. ASCAP rewarded Glenn with a special award for his work.