Glenn Dustin leaves Legacy Five
Legacy Five just announced in their email newsletter that founding bass member Glenn Dustin is leaving the group. Dustin’s statement read:
Dear Legacy Five Family,
If you know me at all, you know I am a man of few words, so I’ll be brief.
It is with much regret that I am announcing my resignation. Effective immediately, I will no longer be traveling and singing with Legacy Five. I have had the time of my life, traveling the highways with L5, getting to meet so many wonderful people. However, nothing lasts forever. I have been honored to see so many things that I would have never had the opportunity to, apart from L5. I have so many wonderful memories, and I will miss so many people.
Please keep me and my family in your thoughts and prayers, and continue to pray for and encourage L5. I will miss those men, and I doubt there will be a day that passes where I don’t think of them. I have so many wonderful memories.
In His Grip,
Glenn “Cuz” Dustin
Dustin became a fan favorite the moment he stepped on stage. He was a nominee for Horizon Individual in the Singing News Fan Awards his first year on the road—losing out to fellow Legacy Five charter member Josh Cobb.
This leaves the two Scotts, lead singer Scott Fowler and baritone singer Scott Howard, as the only remaining original members.
Dustin’s resignation is effective immediately; Legacy Five is currently accepting auditions for a replacement. Interested bass singers can submit an mp3 to firstname.lastname@example.org .
UPDATE, 4/25/13: Glenn Dustin is now driving buses for the Hemphill Brothers coach company.
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