Glenn Jenks

Glenn Jenks Glenn Jenks (b. February 9, 1947 in Boston, Massachusetts) is a pianist, composer, performer, educator, raconteur, and wicked-hot banjo picker. He combines many elements of stagecraft with extraordinary musicianship. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana, he has performed across the United States and Canada with Jud Strunk, Gordon Bok, Dick Hyman, Max Morath, and Doc Watson. His ragtime festival appearances include Sedalia, Toronto, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and Norfolk. Jenks is a very prominent ragtime pianist and recording artist, and one of the most prolific and imaginative composers of the ragtime revival. Glenn produces the annual Harvest Ragtime Revue, a family oriented variety show which tours his home state of Maine each October. He is listed in Who's Who in Music.

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