b. 1955, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Trumpeter MacLeod examined music at Humber University, receiving an prize for excellent jazz improvisation in 1975. After graduation he proved helpful in many regions of music, on the other hand retaining his principal curiosity about jazz. He spent some time working within the theatre, being a program musician for film and tv soundtracks, and in backup groupings for artists going to Canada, including Tony Bennett, Ray Charles and Nancy Wilson. The jazz music artists he spent some time working with consist of John Abercrombie, Zoot Sims, Kenny Wheeler and Phil Woods. He in addition has worked and occasionally recorded with performers such as for example Holly Cole, Brian Dickinson, Jim Galloway, the Duncan Hopkins Quintet, Inversion, Rob McConnell AS WELL AS THE Employer Brass, the Mike Murley Quintet, Rob Piltch, the Bernie Serensky Septet, Arlene Smith, as well as the Spitfire Music group. MacLeod also network marketing leads his own rings, including a big music group, the Rex Resort Orchestra. Being a composer and arranger, MacLeod, who also has flügelhorn, spent some time working with Freeflight, a Toronto big music group in the 1997 documenting First Air travel. MacLeod, who received an prize for composition in the Toronto Arts Council, shows organizing at Humber University.