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Glenn Cornick

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Full Name Glenn Cornick
Profession Bassist
Date of Birth April 23 , 1947
Place of Birth Barrow-in-Furness
Birth Country United Kingdom
Nationality English or British
Birth Sign Taurus
Dead or Alive Died
Death Date 2014-08-28

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Glenn Cornick is one of the famous Bassist, who was born on the memorable day of April 23 in the year 1947. Hailing from the vibrant city of England, Glenn Cornick is a proud citizen of United Kingdom.

Remembered best for his work with the rock band Jethro Tull, this English bassist also established bands called Wild Turkey and Paris and performed with the German music group Karthago.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Glenn Cornick continues to be an inspiration for many.

Personal Information

Details about Glenn Cornick
Popular As: Glenn Cornick
First Name: Glenn
Last Name: Cornick
Gender: Male
Birthday: April 23
Birth Year: 1947
Death Date: 2014-08-28
Death Day: August 28
Death Year: 2014
Manner of Death: Congestive Heart Failure
Place of Death: Hilo, HI
Education: Barrow Grammar Schools


Before forming Jethro Tull, he played with a band called John Evan Smash that included many of his future Jethro Tull bandmates.

His second album with Jethro Tull, Stand Up, rose to #1 on British music charts; the band’s following album, Benefit, peaked at #3.


He was born and raised in Barrow-in-Furness, England. Following Cornick’s death from heart failure, his fellow Jethro Tull musician, Ian Anderson, posted an online tribute.

Glenn Cornick Timeline

Cornick toured and recorded with Jethro Tull from late 1967 to late 1970.
One of the few live recordings of Cornick with Jethro Tull is the video Nothing is Easy - Live at the Isle of Wight, recorded in 1970 and released in 2004.
After leaving Jethro Tull, Cornick played as a session musician for Leigh Stephens on his 1971 album And a Cast of Thousands.
They recorded an eponymous album, Paris, in 1975, before Mooney was replaced by Hunt Sales (ex-Todd Rundgren's Runt), and in 1976 recorded Big Towne, 2061.
In 1996, Cornick participated in a Jethro Tull tribute, called To Cry You A Song - A collection of Tull Tales, playing on the songs "Nothing Is Easy", "To Cry You a Song", "New Day Yesterday", "Teacher" and "Living in the Past", together with the former Tull members Clive Bunker, Mick Abrahams and Dave Pegg, together with John Wetton, Glenn Hughes, Robby Steinhardt, Wolfstone and Keith Emerson.
In the early 2000s two live Wild Turkey albums were released, Final Performance (2000) and Live In Edinburgh (2001) and in 2006 the fourth studio album, You and Me in the Jungle, was recorded by Cornick, Pickford-Hopkins, Dyche and Gurl, who had all appeared on earlier albums.