Modern jazz saxophonist/composer Andy Snitzer was created and elevated in Philadelphia; although his 1st device was the clarinet, he considered the sax at age group 15, going to research music in the University or college of Miami. There he was found out by Bob Wayne, touring behind the keyboardist and showing up on some albums you start with 1987’s Obsession; Snitzer concurrently gained his MBA at NY College or university, landing a posture on the J.P. Morgan Purchase company while also rising being a sought-after program musician. He produced his headlining debut with Ties That Bind, credit scoring the NAC chart-topper “You’ve Transformed”; he also branched out from jazz to pop, touring behind the Rolling Rocks and saving with performers from Bette Midler to Aretha Franklin. Snitzer came back in 1996 with In the attention of the Surprise; Some Calm Place followed 3 years later.
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|The 25th Anniversary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Concert||2009||TV Special musician: Simon and Garfunkel|
|Late Show with David Letterman||2009||TV Series musician - 7 episodes|
|Paul Simon: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song||2007||TV Special musician: saxophone|
|Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus||2006||musician: tenor sax - as Andy Snitzer|
|The Imitation Game||2014||performer: "Time To Go" / writer: "Time To Go"|
|Late Show with David Letterman||2009||TV Series||Himself - Horn Section Yay-Sayer #3 / Himself - Stand-in Saxophone Musician / Himself - Musician: Saxophone|
|The Rolling Stones: Bridges to Babylon Tour '97-98||1997||TV Movie documentary||Himself (Saxophone / Keyboards) (as Andy Snitzer)|
|Rolling Stones: Voodoo Lounge||1995||TV Movie documentary||Himself (New West Horns) (as Andy Snitzer)|
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