The last living member of the Glaser Brothers, Chuck Glaser, died on Monday, June 10, 2019 at the age of 83.
Charles Vernon Glaser was born in Spalding, Nebraska on February 27, 1936. He was the middle brother of Tompall Glaser and Jim Glaser. They began performingas a trio during their trio years, and Marty Robbins signed them to a recording contract with his label, Robbins Records, in 1957, after the brothers won Arthur Godfrey's talent show.They also joined his road show. Chuck Glaser got his first public credit as a songwriter when the Glaser Brothers released one of his songs, "Five Penny Nickel," as their debut single the next year.
The Glaser Brothers moved to Decca Records in 1959, and that same year, Chuck Glaser was drafted into the Army, where he served until 1961.
The Glaser Brothers moved to MGM Records in 1967, where they began a run of hits that included "Gone, On the Other Hand," "California Girl" and "The Moods of Mary."
They also served as background singers for artists including Johnn Cash and Patsy Cline in the 1960s, while Chuck Glaser landed work as a songwriter for Hank Snow, Cash and more. The trio won a number of awards during their peak years, including CMA Vocal Group of the year in 1970.
Chuck Glaser was preceded in death by both brothers. Tompall Glaser died in 2013 at the age of 79. Jim Glaser died in April of 2019 at the age of 81. The Glaser Brothers>>>> Click Here!