The Rolling Stones Tenor Saxophonist Bobby Keys Dies Aged 70 | Music News
Bobby Keys made major contributions to Rock ‘n’ Roll, which includes the work he did with John Lennon and Buddy Holly. His most significant playing must be his work with The Rolling Stones, as an established live member since the 70s. His playing enriched the sound of The Stones, and added to the raw essence of their most pure period as a live rock band in the early 70s, with his unique style of playing and stand-out sax solos. His most noted work can be heard on the Sticky Fingers album by The Stones on songs such as “Brown Sugar” and “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking“. You can have a listen to the songs below.
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