Glenn Rieuf worked for a radio station repairing and building their equipment, which was the perfect foundation for his role as a recording engineer. He was hired by Chip Young, who had just purchased Monument Studios from Fred Foster and changed the name to Young’Un Studios. Glenn engineered sessions with Jerry Reed, Grandpa Jones and the Statler Brothers as well as Mel McDaniel’s big hit “Baby’s Got Her Blue Jeans On.” As a steel guitar player, Glenn went on the road and performed in local Nashville clubs alongside Chip, Ray Stevens, and John Anderson.
July 15, 2021
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