has been blurring the boundaries between genres since the eighties and is seen as one of the most influential saxophonists globally. He has worked as a much sought-after session musician for pop and rock stars, including the Rolling Stones, James Brown, Bruce Springsteen, and David Bowie; composed soundtracks like Lethal Weapon
and he equally enjoys jamming at jazz clubs with artists like Jack DeJohnette and Bill Frisell. His never-ceasing energy has paid dividends: Sanborn has scored eight golden records, one platinum record and six Grammys. Playing the sax since childhood, Sanborn released his first solo album in 1975; Taking Off
is nowadays regarded as something of a jazz/funk classic. After that, Sanborn went on to release an enormous amount of records, both as a leader and in collaboration with others.