Terrence Lee Glaze, the original voice of PANTERA, later of LORD TRACY and now a solo artist, will be interviewed on this this Friday night's (November 26) edition of the "All Hail Hair" radio show at a special 9 p.m. EST start. During his appearance on the program, which is co-hosted by Bob Carroll, Francis and special co-host, Diopriest Radio's Alex Alvarez, Terry will talk about his time with PANTERA, LORD TRACY and what he is doing in his solo career today.
Terry Glaze was the frontman of PANTERA during the band's early'-'80s "party metal" phase and sang on the band's first three albums. After leaving PANTERA, Glaze formed the band LORD TRACY, which is still in existence. Glaze is also releasing his own solo project work.
"All Hail Hair" is normally broadcast live every Friday night at 8 p.m. EST on the Fightin' Words Radio Network page on BlogTalkRadio.com, and is the network's highest-rated show. The show will also be available as an archive on the Fightin' Words Radio Network main page.
To take part in the show, dial (347) 202-0832.
Glaze rejoined his ex-PANTERA bandmate Rex Brown (bass) on stage on April 17, 2010 at the debut gig from Brown's new project ARMS OF THE SUN at Lakewood Theater in Dallas, Texas to perform a couple of early PANTERA songs — "Come-On Eyes" from 1985's "I Am The Night" and "All Over Tonite" from 1984's "Projects In The Jungle". See video footage of the performance below.