The daughters of Country Legend Conway Twitty hand chose Glen Templeton to portray their father in the musical tribute to their iconic dad. If you were to close your eyes and listen you would swear it was the legend himself in person. Glen takes the stage at Crossties on July 16.
Longtime fans of Conway Twitty, (born Harold Lloyd Jenkins in 1933, took the stage name from Conway Arkansas and Twitty Texas) while working at Sun Studios with Elvis and Johnny Cash. Conway Twitty is a country icon. Glen portrayed the legend in the musical tribute to Twitty and shocked audiences everywhere with his portrayal. Glen Templeton has performed at the Grand Ole Opry, on CMT, at the Ryman, and more. He has shared stages with Loretta Lynn, George Jones, and more. If you are a Conway Twitty fan, do NOT miss this show!
Templeton will perform at Crossties in downtown Texarkana on Friday, July 16. Tickets are available here at OUTHOUSE TICKETS. Templeton puts on a great stage show.
In 1958, Conway Twitty scored his first No. 1 hit with “It’s Only Make Believe”.
Glen is a very talented performer, check out his latest “Honky Tonk Bill of Rights”.