listen to older voices: glyn mason – part 3

Welcome to Listen To Older Voices, a program produced by Rob Greaves and podcast through the Toorak Times and Tagg

listen to older voices: glyn mason – part 3
Glyn Mason 2019 – [CLICK to enlarge]
This is the 3rd and final part of the Life & Times story of talented singer and musician, Glyn Mason.

 

Born into the Baby Boomer generation, Glyn’s story, while orientated around music, is engrossing because he weaves personal observations on life around him with the enormous changes society was going through, which results in a story that most listeners will identify with.

There are many twists and turns in his story. On one hand he became a very successful musician who had played in some brilliant and well loved music groups such as The Rebels, Chain, Ariel and Copperwine, just to name a few.

We learn why it was he was forced to take a break from music and how he undertook an apprenticeship in landscaping before returning to the work he was most passionate about – music. It is this, along with his family life, which is the main feature of his life’s journey!

Glyn is still very much an active musician today, with his popular duo – The Pardoners, with long-time friend Sam See.

listen to older voices: glyn mason – part 3
The Pardoners: Glyn Mason & Sam See – [CLICK to enlarge]

 

He is also a member of the amazing Field, See & Mason, where the talented Lindsay Field joins he and Sam.

listen to older voices: glyn mason – part 3
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You will enjoy this story and will be thoroughly entertained by this Baby Boomer musician. Glyn Mason is a man who is able to clearly articulate the thoughts and desires and beliefs of himself and his generation.

listen to older voices: glyn mason – part 3


 

Previous Listen To Older Voices Programs can be found in our archive, by clicking on one link or the other

2012 to 2016   

 –  2016 onward 

supermarkets put junk food on special twice as often as healthy food, and that’s a problem

 

[Listen To Older Voices receives funding from the Commonwealth Government 
through the Commonwealth Home Support Program Program]