The man was a fine, fine harmonica player in the 60s folk boom, famous for playing in the trio Dave Snaker Ray and Spider John Koernet, and made an influential album Blues Rags and Hollars. Glover later wrote an important instructional book Blues Harp, which basically started a generation of white guys on the instrument. a SAD DAY for the blues harmonica community Fascinating NY Times obituary here:
In the news . . . https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/11/13/arts/secret-stash-bob-dylan-letters-photos-tapes-lands-with-boston-auction-house/ "Dylan’s close friend, the late bluesman and music writer Tony Glover, kept a secret trove of memorabilia including personal correspondence, interview tapes, handwritten lyrics, and photographs. There’s even an original bootleg of “The Basement Tapes.” The historic haul is up for auction now through Nov. 19 via www.rrauction.com." Go for it dude . . .
@ Gnarly - I just read the Rolling Stone story of the Dylan letters/tapes. I came away with the impression that Bob Dylan and Tony Glover were friends and their friendship might have influenced why those letters/tapes never went public before Tony Glover's death.