Glenn Medeiros is an American singer-songwriter who started his artistic career at the age of 17 after winning a tele-hook on the island of Hawaii. Competition in which he performs a cover of a song by George Benson, namely "Nothing's gonna change my love for you" ... We are then in 1987.
Title which will be re-recorded by an independent label and spotted by radio KZZP, which then begins to broadcast it. It quickly became a national hit and then a huge global hit. To the point of remaining in 1988 N°1 for 4 weeks in England, among others….
Another success one year later in 1989 when the title "Un roman d'amitié" was released in a duet with French Elsa Lunghini. The title is a real success in France. The singer's notoriety reached new heights.
Another winning duo in 1990 when they performed the title "She ain’t worth it" with Bobby Brown. But that will be his last notorious success.
The artist will continue to compose thereafter but mainly for other singers.
To discover or rediscover.
Discography (among others ...) :
Nothing's gonna change my love for you 1987
Lonely won’t leave me alone 1987
Watching over you 1987
What's it gonna take 1987
Long and lasting love 1988
Never get enough of you 1988
Un roman d’amitié 1989
She ain't worth it 1990
All I'm Missing Is You 1990
Me - U = Blue 1990
Standing alone 1992
Everybody needs somebody to love 1993
These tears I cry 1999
1987 ... which will surely go down as one of the most incredible Ultimate Slows of the decade and of the twentieth century altogether. And it's a cover in addition, of another star of the 80s, which few people know .... MAS-TER-FUL !
1987 ... the rest can only be pale compared to the previous jewel and this despite an obvious quality ...
1987 ... the more it goes, the less it goes. After a literally smashing start, the young Glenn sets out again in the depths of the Charts. Go figure ...
1987 ... a bloated 1987 year in terms of titles. With results in Charts that go all or nothing. Unfortunately, for this one, it will be nothing ...
1988 ... a start to 1988 much better than the end of 1987. Thanks to this new, particularly successful Ultimate Slow. An area of predilection for the artist who will forever remain his main trademark
1988 ... incredible, Glenn does in the Dance! Yes Yes, it's possible. And this title will only work in one country. And guess which one ... France, of course !
1989 ... his 2nd Wonder. That he co-signed with Elsa and that will also remain as one of the most iconic titles of the decade. Marshmallow but MA-GIC !
1990 ... change of decade and blatant change of style. A Dance option which allows him to record the 2nd biggest success of his career. Surprising no ...
1990 ... young Glenn tries to break his' 80s marshmallow image, that's obvious. Is this a wanted or forced choice, good question ...
1990 ... chase the natural, it comes back at a gallop. The Dance option having worked very randomly, he starts again in the Intimist. He delivers here a last Ultimate Slow of more than certain quality. One more !
1992 ... a duet to say the least surprising, even improbable. A daring bet and above all a lost bet because the addition of these 2 talents will unfortunately not give the expected result ...
1993 ... the last single. This time, it is indeed the end of the adventure. Freewheeling for some time, the singer has not been able to take the measure of new trends and bounce back as he should. Pity...
1999 ... other albums will be released afterwards but will go completely unnoticed. And yet, when we see what he was still capable of producing, we realize that he really did not lack much to get back into the race ...
1985 ... as a bonus, the original of the WONDER. And frankly, we wonder why this version did not have the success of that of Glenn Medeiros when they are very close in terms of orchestration ...
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