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Phil Kenzie

You may not be familiar with his name, but Phil Kenzie’s contributions to the world of music are many and in some cases iconic. Phil has performed and recorded with some of the most well known artists in the history of rock, such as Al Stewart, Rod Stewart, Kenny Loggins, David Bowie, the Eagles, Stevie Nicks, Karla Bonoff, Jackson Browne, the Rocky Horror Picture Show and even the Beatles. On today’s episode of Inside MusiCast, we chat with Phil about his start in the business and his rise to become a first call sax player.  We also discuss his connection to George Harrison and the Beatles, his incredible story about a 1937 Selmer alto sax he used on his iconic solo on Al Stewarts’s “Year Of The Cat” and how Rod Stewart stole him away from Al Stewart. Inside MusiCast welcomes the incredibly talented Phil Kenzie.

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