Christopher 'Chris' Glen (born 6 November 1950, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland) is a Scottish bass guitarist, who has played in The Jade, Tear Gas, The Party Boys, The Sensational Alex Harvey Band (SAHB) (1972–78) John Martyn The Michael Schenker Group (1980–84, 2008-2010). He also toured with Ian Gillan in 1990 for the Naked Thunder World Tour alongside fellow SAHB drummer, Ted McKenna.
Chris has also performed with Brian Robertson (Thin Lizzy), Robin McAuley and Phil Taylor in a band called GMT (GLEN/MCAULEY/TAYLOR) which they recorded an album in 1985 titled WARGAMES.
In 1992, Chris teamed up with former SAHB members Zal Cleminson & Ted McKenna to form THE PARTY BOYS which featured guest vocalists such as FISH, Dan McCafferty, and Stevie Doherty with Stone The Crows Keyboardist Ronnie Leahy. This band lasted about 2 years before they decided to recruit SAHB keyboard player Hugh McKenna and reform as SAHB, and also releasing a live album 'LIVE IN GLASGOW 93' featuring Stevie Doherty on Vocals. The band dispanded in 1995before reforming in 2002 for a tribute night to Frankie Miller at The Barrowlands in Glasgow with ex Nazareth guitarist Billy Rankin on Vocals. The gig went so well, they decided to give it another shot, and stayed together with Billy on Vocals for a year, before bringing in 'Mad'Max Maxwell in 2004. SAHB were back on top form with a live album titled ZALVATION, which was their first official release since Rock Drill with Alex Harvey in 1977, and an Autobiography called SAHBSTORY written by former tour manager and author Martin keilty. The band performed numerous tours and festivals across the UK, Europe, and Australia before once again disbanding in 2008 after the departure of Zal Cleminson on guitar. The band carried out a handful of shows that were pre-booked with Guitarist Julian Hutson Saxby but after that, they decided to call it a day and move on to separate projects.