fl, 1936-1998 US
Musician of Pop and Jazz
A.k.a. Stanley Webb Jr..
American jazz and pop saxophonist and flute player, born in 1936 in Newark, New Jersey, USA, died 20 September 1998 in Pembroke Pines, Florida, USA. Son of Stanley Webb. Most known as a member of the horn section for the Bee Gees in the 70's. After he was discharged from the Air Force in 1962, he flew to New York where he worked as an arranger and composer for the Ed Sullivan, Perry Como and Jimmy Dean shows among others. Webb also performed with the likes of Herbie Hancock, George Benson and Frank Sinatra. Webb moved to North Miami in 1970 so he could spend more time with his family. When the Bee Gees came to Miami in the 1970s to record the music for Saturday Night Fever, Mr. Webb became one of the Boneroo Horns. For the UK blues/rock guitarist and member of Chicken Shack use Stan Webb (2).
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