|Born on: 25.05.1969
Glen Drover (born May 25, 1969) is a heavy metal guitarist from Missisauga, Ontario, Canada. He currently resides in Montreal, Quebec. Drover is best known as the former lead guitarist in Megadeth and backup to Andy Larocque in King Diamond, as well as his own band Eidolon, along with his brother Shawn Drover.
Glen Drover began playing guitar as a child, and was joined at age 10 by his brother Shawn on drums. Influenced by Tony MacAlpine, Al Di Meola, Randy Rhoads, Greg Howe, Michael Romeo, George Lynch, Warren DeMartini and David Gilmour, the Drover brothers formed the thrash/power metal band Eidolon in 1996, releasing seven albums to date. Glen is currently teaching guitar lessons at Long and McQuade.