Glenn Coulson

Glenn has been a part of every aspect in the entertainment industry. His latest project, a country movie musical for which he also co-wrote the music is entitled, Country Crush, a co-production with Good Soldier Films/FBE Inc. currently in post-production. Glenn has produced three TV shows with Rogers Communications, including Daytime, Results 360 and Developing for Dollars each running for a minimum of 2 seasons. Glenn has also written a 3D animated feature called Elephunky as well as the songs for the soundtrack with co-producer Pravin Mani (AR Rahman) that is in development.

Glenn was one quarter of the successful vocal music group V.I.P. (Voices In Public), having performed to audiences worldwide. V.I.P. won a 1999 Canadian Radio Music Award for Best New Group and a 2000 Genie Award for Best Original Song. Glenn co-wrote V.I.P.’s biggest song “Just My Luck” which ended up in the Record’s top 25 year end CHR chart in Canada and also penned “One Thing To Say” which took home a Genie Award. He has had numerous cuts on projects across Canada totaling sales in excess of 250,000 units. Glenn was the general partner of V.I.P.’s record label VM/Popular/EMI and for After Tuesday, his country vocal group’s label ATP/Royalty Records. Glenn recently released his first solo album, a pop project mixing the influences of Maroon 5 and Deadmau5 with hit platinum Vancouver producer Dave Pickell.

As a music producer, Glenn has worked with country vocalist Derek James Tilley having four co-writing credits on his 2009 debut record. Derek hit #1 on country charts on itunes for his first single “Do You Have To Walk In the Rain” and hit top 10 of all country music on itunes for his full CD. Glenn also has produced edgy singing country sensation Stacey Jamieson and “Redneck Diva” country singer Amy Rose who released her US/Canadian single “Party Like a Redneck”, which Glenn co-wrote, to country radio receiving national airplay, videoplay on CMT and over 415,000 views on YouTube.