Glenn Anthony Richards (born Glennwell Piers Richards, 17 November 1972) is an Australian musician, best known as the mainstay guitarist singer-songwriter for the Australian rock band Augie March.
1 Early years,
2 With Augie March,
3 Awards and nominations
3.1 APRA Awards,
6 External links,
Richards was born in Shepparton, Victoria. Richards saved up enough money to buy his first guitar by working long hours on the docks in Fremantle, Western Australia.
With Augie March:
Richards joined Augie March in August 1995, playing his first gig with them five years later.
To date they have released two EPs and four LPs, while Richards has released one solo EP. Richards has released one additional solo EP as G.A. Richards and the Dark Satanic Mills Bros.
Awards and nominations:
The APRA Awards are presented annually by the Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA).
"One Crowded Hour" - Glenn Richards
Song of the Year
Breakthrough Songwriter Award