Glenn Dustin

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Glenn Dustin
GenresSouthern Gospel
Years active1999 (1999) - 2012 (2012)
Associated actsLegacy Five
 
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Glenn Dustin
GenresSouthern Gospel
Years active1999 (1999) - 2012 (2012)
Associated actsLegacy Five

Glenn Dustin is the founding bass singer for the Southern Gospel quartet Legacy Five. He was with the group since its inception in 1999. On July 12, 2012, Dustin announced his resignation, effective immediately.[1] The group hired Matt Fouch of Soul'd Out Quartet to succeed the position.[2]

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  1. ^ "Glenn Dustin Departs Legacy Five". Singing News. Retrieved 2012-07-13. 
  2. ^ "Matt Fouch Leaves Soul'd Out; Joins Legacy Five". Singing News. Retrieved 2013-01-23. 
  3. ^ "Legacy Five". SGHistory.  Unknown parameter |http://sghistory.com/index.php?n= ignored (help);
  4. ^ "Singing News Fan Award's Winners list". SGHistory.  Unknown parameter |http://alabamawww.sghistory.com/index.php?n= ignored (help);


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