Don McGlashan was in From Scratch, Blam Blam Blam, and The Front Lawn. He formed The Mutton Birds in the 90s, living in London with the band during that time, signed to Virgin Records UK. The band’s album “Envy Of Angels made the UK Sunday Times ten best albums of the year list in 1996.
Since The Mutton Birds, Don has made three solo albums, “Warm Hand” (2006), “Marvellous Year” (2009), and "Lucky Stars" (2015). His 2006 gospel anthem “Bathe In The River” has become one of the biggest NZ singles of all time. Don’s 2015 album, “Lucky Stars” has been his most successful record since his hits with The Mutton Birds, going top five on the NZ charts, and receiving rave reviews in both NZ and Australia.
"The detail in Don’s songs – his lyrics – framed by the strange angels resting on his shoulders ... help to shape and place this music as moment, postcard, handwritten letter." - Off The Tracks, NZ, 2016
"A masterclass in song craft... with an inner world all his own." - Australian Rolling Stone, 2016
"Don McGlashan is one of the most complete musicians to grace this planet." - Brian Ritchie, The Violent Femmes, 2017
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