Glen Templeton Promoting Single

Templeton opened for Kenny Rogers on a recent date. Pictured (L-R): Logan Hannah, audio engineer; Drew Lambert, bass player; Glen Templeton; Kenny Rogers

Black River artist Glen Templeton is making the promotional rounds supporting new single “I Could Be The One.”

He recently hosted a social media promotion that encouraged fans to share the song on Facebook which qualified them for a drawing for iTunes gift cards.

On the road, Templeton is visiting radio, and recently opened for Kenny Rogers at the Deadwood Mountain Grand in Deadwood, SD. He also stopped by MusicRow’s offices for a performance of several new songs.

The music video for “I Could Be The One” will debut in the coming weeks, in the meantime, check out the song here.

“I Could Be The One” is on Templeton’s upcoming self-titled album, which also features a guest performance by musical legend, Leon Russell. The album was produced by Grammy-winning Mark Lambert (Leon Russell, Elton John, Willie Nelson, Ronnie Milsap).

Originally from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Templeton spent years cutting his teeth in Nashville honky-tonks, and headlining the house band at the numerous Cowboy’s Dancehalls in Texas. In 2008, he was hand selected by Conway Twitty’s family to portray the country icon in the biographical musical, “It’s Only Make Believe.”

Templeton visits MusicRow. Back row (L-R): Sherod Robertson, Glen Templeton, Jon Freeman, manager Lance Combs. Front row: Sarah Skates, Black River's Dawn Delvo, and Christie King


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