Glen Burtnick Tabs
Glen Burtnick (originally Glenn Burtnick) is a rock singer / songwriter from New Jersey whose career spans the late 70s on to the present. In the mid 90s he changed his last name to Burtnik, dropping the "c." Tracks listed under "Burtnick" are most likely from his earlier career, while "Burtnik" signifies newer stuff. Glen's is not a household name, but his impact on the music world is considerable. He co-wrote the number one hit "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough" with Patty Smyth, and also wrote "Spirit of a Boy, Wisdom of a Man," a number one country hit performed by Randy Travis.