Andrew Mackay is an English multi-instrumentalist, best known as a founding member of the art rock group Roxy Music. In addition, he has taught music and provided scores for television, while his CV as a session musician encompasses some of the most noteworthy and recognisable names in the music business.
|Birth name:||Andrew Mackay|
|Born:||July 23, 1946, Lostwithiel, Cornwall, England|
|Genres:||Rock, glam rock, art rock, classical music, R&B|
|Occupation(s):||Musician, songwriter, producer, educator, author, film scorer|
|Instruments:||Saxophone, keyboards, oboe, wind controller, vocals|
|Labels:||Island, Polydor, Virgin, Reprise, Warner Bros, EG, ATCO|
|Associated acts:||Roxy Music|
|Website:||Andy Mackay's Official site|
|IMDb:||Andy Mackay's IMDb|
About Andy Mackay
Founding member of the influential art rock band Roxy Music who played with the group from 1971 to 1983 and wrote songs like "Love is the Drug" and "Angel Eyes."
Andy Mackay Before Fame
He studied music at Reading University and started out playing in a band called The Nova Express.
Achievement of Andy Mackay
He wrote the theme music for the late 1970s series Armchair Thriller.
Andy Mackay Family Life
He has a son with his wife Lucinda.
Associations of Andy Mackay
He has played with a variety of notable musicians outside of Roxy Music, including Paul McCartney.
Information related to Andy Mackay
- Rock oboists
- Roxy Music members
- E.G. Records artists
- English oboists
- English rock saxophonists
- Glam rock musicians
- Male oboists
- Polydor Records artists
- Alumni of the University of Reading
- Island Records artists
- 21st-century saxophonists