©Glenn McFarlane 2011



Monster Hugs!

Ventriloquist Wendy Stuart  and her monster puppet Roscoe sing my song “I Want a Hug” on YouTube. Check it out here

New Video!

We’ve put together a video for our new song, “Let’s Talk New Brunswick!”. It uses lots of photos we took during our Prodigal Son(g)s Tour, plus shots from previous trips to New Brunswick. Check it out here .

Let’s Talk New Brunswick!

In anticipation of their Prodigal Son(g)s Tour Glenn and his brother Keith have recorded a brand new song, “Let’s Talk New Brunswick!”. It’s available for free listening or download here.
Enjoy, and we’ll see you down east!

The Prodigal Son(g)s Tour

Glenn and his brother Keith will be going home to their native province of New Brunswick this summer, to visit their relatives and play a few shows. That means they will be playing songs about New Brunswick in New Brunswick. How cool is that! They’re calling it The Prodigal Son(g)s Tour. Click here for all the details!

Huggers Unite!

On June 20th, I joined in a “Hug-In” at Earnscliffe Senior Public School in Brampton, where a group of students were protesting the school’s “No Touching” rule that even extended to hugs. The event caught a lot of media attention, including CBC Newsworld, City TV, The Toronto Star and the Brampton Guardian. The Star posted a video link of me playing “I Want A Hug” during the protest. The full story can be found here.

First Solo CD “Food for Thought” Now Available

Glenn McFarlane, of the Celtic and East Coast duo Brown Ale, has released his first solo CD, “Food for Thought". Co-produced by Wendell Ferguson, James Gordon and Jon Grant, this album of all original material is his most eclectic offering to date. It often stretches well beyond his normal Celtic/East Coast style, to include such diverse influences as country, folk/rock and world music. The album comes hot off his winning an Ontario Council of Folk Festivals “Songs from the Heart” songwriting award, in the humour category. Glenn is celebrating his CD release with a series of concerts in Southern Ontario and by launching this great new website!