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Glenn A. Baker (born 28 July 1952) is an Australian journalist, commentator, and broadcaster well known in Australia for his vast knowledge of Rock music. He has written books and magazine articles on rock music and travel, interviewed celebrities, managed bands such as Ol' 55 and promoted tours of international stars.


I was recently asked to contribute a quote about Alice Cooper's initial arrival in Australia, forty years ago in 1977 – then the fastest-selling tour we had ever see. This is what I said: “We'd not seen anything like it – a shock rock cauldron with great swathes of garage punk, horror movie scenes, vaudeville schtick and ...


Celebrated music, entertainment and travel expert Glenn A. Baker is known for his encyclopaedic knowledge of rock music. He has written books and magazine articles on the topic, interviewed...


Glenn A. Baker is an Australian-based writer/broadcaster specialising in music/ the arts and travel. He is the author of 15 books, the most recent being On The Road To Damascus and Other Fabulous Thoroughfares (Penguin), and has contributed to more than 200 prestigious publications (as well as being Australian Editor ...


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Glenn A. Baker, Self: The Einstein Factor.


He's a rock and roll legend, an author, an Australian journalist, award winning travel writer and the only man in history to have won the title of 'Rock Brain of The Universe' three times. Born in 1952, Glenn A Baker's tumultuous childhood was no match for his tenacity and determination to succeed. Despite little education and ...

Oct 9, 2013 ... Glenn A. Baker discusses the influence of The Beatles.


Aug 29, 2006 ... Someone who thought they were emailing Glenn A. Baker has sent me a message from the Contact page at the website. That was a compliment, since I'm a long way from being Rock Brain of Southeastern Queensland, let alone of the Universe. The evening before, I'd seen Glenn A. Baker on Talking ...