About Frank Foster
Award-winning saxophonist, humanitarian, and leader of Living Color and The Loud Minority. He played often with Count Basie.
Frank Foster Before Fame
He moved to Detroit to play music and ended up drafted into the US Army; he joined Count Basie's band when he was released.
Achievement of Frank Foster
He performed at fundraisers and auctioned off a gold saxophone to benefit the The Jazz Foundation of America.
Frank Foster Family Life
He was married to Cecilia Foster, his wife of forty-five years; they raised six children.
Associations of Frank Foster
He arranged "Mack the Knife" for Frank Sinatra on L.A. Is My Lady.
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