Tammy Glover

Tammy Glover is a musician who started her professional career in a house band at MTV. She has toured the world with Sparks as the drummer for brothers Ron and Russell Mael and appears in Edgar Wright’s celebrated documentary about the band, The Sparks Brothers.

While touring with Sparks, Glover rang in the Millennium at the Brandenburg Gate in a performance for over a million people during their hit single in Germany. Glover began recording with Sparks in 1997 and played on their albums Balls, Lil’ Beethoven, Hello Young Lovers, Exotic Creatures of the Deep, and The Seduction of Ingmar Bergman. They have sold out Royal Festival Hall in London for Morrissey’s Meltdown, mounted a stage production of The Seduction of Ingmar Bergman at The Fonda Theater for the LA Film Festival, and premiered in Stockholm, Sweden

Glover is also one-half of the indie rock band Thorcraft Cobra with Billy Zimmer and released an acclaimed self-titled EP, the debut full-length album Count it In and their second full-length and vinyl release The Distance. Thorcraft Cobra has also toured across the US and Canada, and have performed at various festivals throughout America, Europe, and Canada, including SXSW in Austin. Uncoupling their first single from the last album, reached #7 in America in the Alternative Specialty format. The song became a hit in Canada, spending five months on CBC Radio 3. The record was produced by Rob Schnapf (Beck, Elliott Smith, Foo Fighters, Kurt Vile) and features musical contributions from Brett Farkas (Lord Huron) and the Juno Award-winning artist Russell Broom. Advertisement

Glover also plays bass for Lisa Paschall in a project called Paschall Park.

She is currently working on a musical called Wendy, My Darling that she wrote and produced, as well as playing drums, bass, synths & guitars, and singing the vocals. It will be previewed at Fundy Fringe and Vancouver Fringe later in 2022.