Glenn Shorrock is one of Australia most recognized exports. A self-confessed child of rock 'n' roll, he began singing with a vocal group called the Twilights . The Twilights become a six piece "beat group" based in Melbourne scoring hits with Needle in a Haystack, What's Wrong with the Way I Live?, Cathy Come Home and Young Girl.
Axiom with Brian Cadd followed shortly thereafter, with hits including Arkansas Grass and Little Ray of Sunshine.
Then came The Little River Band as lead singer. Managed by long time friend, Glenn Wheatley, Little River Band cracked the lucrative United States market and began a string of eight Top Ten Hits in the U.S.A. and around the world. The band has sold in excess of 25 million albums, often being credited for opening the door for many Australian acts on the international circuit. In 1995, Glenn fronted Little River Band during their 20th year anniversary, three and a half-month tour of the United States. His songwriting credits include the international hits Help is on its Way, Emma, Home on Monday (co-writer Beeb Birtles), Long Jumping Jeweller, Shut Down Turn Off and the classic Cool Change.
Glenn's credentials extend to all fields of show business, notably in theatre and cabaret. He starred in Evita and The Rocky Horror Show, in addition to his own productions: One for the Money, Go Cat Go and Two Up. A career highlight was producing and performing alongside Sir George Martin in the highly acclaimed production All You Need Is Beatles (1998). He performed the role of Johnny Casino in the smash hit Grease: The Arena Spectacular!, which played to full houses across Australia and in Auckland, and co-starred in British Rock Symphony with Eric Burdon and Thelma Houston, performing the hits of the Beatles, Led Zepplin, Pink Floyd, Rolling Stones and The Who. In 2001 he joined the cast in the inaugural production of Australian Night At The Proms at the Sydney Super Dome and later toured Australia with the successful "Long Way to the Top" concert series with Axiom and Twilights.
2002 re-introduced Glenn, Graeham Goble and Beeb Birtles on stage as Birtles Shorrock Goble performing the famous classics with which Little River Band captured the world. This home-grown, internationally recognised singer is featured on "Full Circle" (DVD/Universal), a live concert recording of Birtles Shorrock Goble performing at the Forum Theatre in Melbourne.
As a testament to his talent, Glenn has been inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame twice. Once in 1991 in his own right and again with the Little River Band in 2004.