While he's never been as commanding an R&B/urban vocalist as he was in his gospel days, Glenn Jones has nevertheless managed a successful switch from spiritual to secular material. Norman Connors helped Jones make the move in 1980, featuring him on a song for his LP Take It to the Limit. Jones later toured with Connors, and also sang on Mr. C. He signed with RCA in 1983, and issued a mini-album, which garnered a Top 30 R&B single in "I Am Somebody." The next LP, Finesse, was produced by Leon Sylvers and gave Jones his first genuine smash, the number three R&B hit "Show Me."
His hits include “Show Me,” “We’ve Only Just Begun,” “Talk Me Into It”