Glenn MacRae had an exciting musical career as the saxophonist and singer in a Canadian formed rock band that lived and recorded in England for two years in the mid 1960s. That exciting time led to a job in a music store in Winnipeg that would later be purchased by Jack Long, the founder of Long & McQuade, a chain of music stores in Canada. Glenn stayed with the store until his retirement at which time he became the vice president of Mr. Long's amplifier company called Yorkville Sound. Glenn's passion for music and enjoyment of working in the music industry is as clear as the smile on his face.
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