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The Revenue Man’s debut release may be called 25 Years Behind, but the man himself, aka Glenn Brown—packs years of wisdom into these songs. Spanning from an unwelcome family legacy, romantic nostalgia, and even an Elvis Costello classic, these new songs bring in the best of the past. The album will be released on March 6, 2020, along with the video for “Tennessee Sunset” that aims to be the arrow to fans’ hearts. The first thing you notice on 25 Years Behind, is Brown’s voice, solid and reassuring with a tinge of heartbreak. Perhaps, therefore at times, he claims to sound like a beardless Cody Jinks, a country Jason Mraz, and his use of the timeless phrasing of the legendary John Anderson. The next thing you will hear is, as a writer, is that Glenn knows that songwriting is all about perspective. He gives it to you in black and white with no regret or shame from all angles. But mainly from the heart. The album was recorded at Back Holler studios in Tennessee and mixed in Los Angeles at Ultra Dose Music by Tim David Kelly (Kicking Harold), and with his rock ears, he was able to bring an edge to the songs or a patina sheen to them. “Tim has started writing some country (more pop/rock country) and he knew that I was doing the album. We had worked together in the past and I was looking for a “non-Nashville” perspective. He’s super talented and I was happy he wanted to do it,” explained Glenn.