Glenn founded 600 Volt as a conduit to build artist's career trajectories and fan demand using unique and proprietary data and sampling aggregation. He created 600 Volt to do everything except sell records. This model ensures both company and artist success outside traditional record-label revenue streams. 600 Volt is hyper-focused on branding, advertising & retail opportunities, coupled with deep knowledge of metrics-driven strategies - all of which ensure successful market placement.
Originally from New York City, Glenn Rosenstein began his music career at the legendary Power Station recording studio. Honing his craft at New York's historic Sigma Sound Studios, Glenn became a highly sought-after mixer and remix engineer, creating work for such artists as U2, Madonna, Talking Heads, Ziggy Marley, The Ramones, Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam and many others.
Glenn's projects have won 3 Grammy Awards, garnered 5 Grammy nominations, and have won both an Oscar and a Golden Globe award. His work is responsible for record sales well in excess of 300 million units. Glenn's production & mixes continue to be highly visible & diverse, from Ziggy Marley, Tony Bennett and Wes Sheffield to James Taylor, Carly Simon, The Mercy Trigger, and Bif Naked. The Rosenstein-produced "Benedictines Of Mary" project for Decca/Universal was Billboard Magazine’s #1 Classical release for the 2012 holiday season - as well as #4 in overall sales at Amazon.Com & #1 in overall sales at Barnes & Noble, outpacing more prominent pop artists and musical genres.
Glenn is currently producing up and coming 600 Volt artist Whitney Woerz, a YouTube and social media sensation. Her successes has gained her entré into Sirius XM Hits1, as well as aggregating over 22 million streams/views in the first 8 weeks of release.