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LOOK WHO’S FUNNY! Galaxy Glenn, the complete entertainer

February 1, 2009 by  
Filed under Arts & Entertainment


A native of San Diego, Glenn Runnells (Galaxy Glenn) keeps the masses laughing in Las Vegas on KCEP -FM, 88.1 and as a host at Sam’s Town Live nightclub. Many also have been overwhelmed with tears of laughter as he served as the opening act of some of our most admired musical artists such as: Maze featuring Frankie Beverly, The O’Jays and Keyshia Coles.
Galaxy Glenn, who has lived in Las Vegas for 13 years, describes himself as an all-around entertainer who brings laughter, song and acting to his audiences. “To entertain at any level complements the total package that I bring to the stage,” Galaxy said. “What makes someone funny is being able to see the lighter side in something that can be looked upon as pitiful. Also, being able to say what someone is thinking, feeling and make it comical is what the world needs right now. Pushing those buttons to release laughter is a gift God gave me that I share with my audiences.”


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  2. james says:

    hi uncle glenn its me marcellous and your brother jr and we read your Biogarphy and we saw your pictures andhappy birthday to grandma jackie. bye

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