This is a song Glenn wrote. Thanks to Julie for filming this at the Make Music Day in Old Lyme, CT.
This song is based on my Grandma Grace’s husband Sam Beyers. Family legend has it that he died when his steam boat exploded. He was delivering the mail to the hunting and logging camps on the upper and lower Priest Lakes of Northern Idaho.

To my family who might be listening, I changed Grandma Grace’s name to Rebeca; Grace just didn’t sing quite right. 🙂

“All I Know” … a brand new song! Glenn wrote it while we were up in Maine staying at a cottage on Lake Androscoggin. We filmed it it on the porch.

We had such fun performing in Maine! We played at the Cary Memorial Library in Wayne and at the Coffee House at the Belgrade Lakes Union Church. We may do a mini tour of Down East Maine next summer, with definite return visits to the Wayne library and the Union Church Coffee House. So sweet to connect with the Maine music community.

All I Know ~ Gilead Road

It is a rainy spring day here in New England as I write this post. I’m sitting inside cozy and warm thinking about the upcoming spring and summer.

Festivals and concerts are coming up for the season and I urge you all to get out and hear some live music.

Support your local musicians!

Have a happy spring and enjoy the warm weather.


Merry Christmas everyone.

I love gathering with friends and family during holidays. As my kids have grown into adults and moved off to pursue their own lives I don’t get to see them as much as I’d like, especially around Thanksgiving and Christmas. Soooo, I wrote this song:

I’m Missing You ~ dedicated to Celia and Molly

Wishing we can all be with our loved ones during these holidays.

Have a Great Christmas and Happy New Year from Liz and me at Gilead Road.

~ Glenn ~