Bruce Chapman has always believed in the importance of music education and the positive role music can play in a young person’s life. All-throughout his music retail career, Bruce looked for opportunities to provide lessons, instruction, and guidance to young musicians. He worked for Musicstop, a retail store in Canada, in the 1980s, Portman's Music in Savannah and then Canada’s largest music retailer, Long & McQuade. In 1985, while working at Musicstop, Bruce helped create a rock camp for students. He was so proud of the success of that program and the countless kids that were inspired to play music because of that program!
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