Tom Scott


Tom Scott (b. May 19, 1948) is a saxophonist, TV and film music composer, arranger, producer, and former member of The Blues Brothers and L.A. Express. He played the saxophone solo in the Wings' 1975 #1 hit, "Listen To What The Man Said."

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Uptown & Country (1976)

Pop charts debut year: 1976

Years active: 1965-present

Genres: Jazz, blues, R&B, rock, pop

Labels: Ode



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