Coup Detroit
Coup Detroit (pronounced Coo-Day-Twah) were a Detroit fixture from the early 90s until around 2011. Glenn was one of the original members playing keyboards and guitar along with co-founder, guitarist and song writer Dan Holmes. Originally a nine piece, the first Coup dazzled the Woodward Cooridor with their theatrics and their rock/rap performances featuring Swanky D. Lux up front and a cast of backup singers. The band went through many incarnations over the years with Glenn moving to bass then then to Stick in 1999. In 2006, Julie Marcos joined the group as the most recent vocalist and they released their debut CD "War of the Raptors". The band's newest member, drummer Dave Taylor, joined the group in 2008. In 2011, schedules forced the band into a hiatus.