The heavy, outlaw-influenced sound of Dave Gleason has its origin in classic Nashville counterculture, where anti-war singer/songwriters like Willie Nelson used country to provide their political agendas. Gleason was in fact the third era in his family members to get your guitar and play the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA region. His grandfather performed for fun, while his dad had been energetic in several nation rock outfits. Affected by this family members tradition along with the growing hard rock picture, Gleason experienced a twisted look at from the genre and allowed the mix of designs to merge his own composing. The results, Lost Glory, had been released in 2002.