Saul Rosenthal has been driven by two ideals, equal rights for all people and supporting music and music makers whenever possible! After earning his Ph.D., Saul taught sociology at the college level and proudly worked for the Anti-Defamation League for 15 years. He later served on the board of the Swallow Hill Music Association in Denver. All throughout his career, Saul played music, first singing and playing piano and later picking up the guitar and banjo. When his friend Harry Tuft decided to retire and sell his store, the Denver Folklore Center, Saul was right there with an offer. Saul enjoys his new role in the industry providing accessories and instruments to his customers. He also continues to play and has had a number of bands including the Rocky Mountain Jewgrass and Connect Four!
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