Lee Jay Thompson, nicknamed Kix or El Thommo, is an English multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and composer. In a career spanning more than 40 years, Thompson came to prominence in the late 1970s as the founder and saxophonist for the English ska band Madness.
|Birth name:||Lee Jay Thompson|
|Born:||October 5, 1957, St Pancras, London, England|
|Origin:||Finchley, Greater London, England|
|Genres:||Ska, pop, new wave 2-Tone|
|Occupation(s):||Multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, composer|
|Instruments:||Saxophone, flute, trumpet, flugglehorn, vocals|
|Associated acts:||Madness, The Lee Thompson Ska Orchestra|
|Website:||Lee Thompson (saxophonist)'s Official site|
About Lee Thompson
Saxophonist and songwriter for Madness, a second-wave ska band known for their single "Our House," as well as "House of Fun" and "Uncle Sam."
Lee Thompson Before Fame
He started Madness in 1976 and wrote their first single, "The Prince."
Achievement of Lee Thompson
He played saxophone at the closing ceremony for the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Lee Thompson Family Life
He married Debbie Fordham and has raised three children with her.
Associations of Lee Thompson
He and Daniel Woodgate have both been members of Madness.
Information related to Lee Thompson (saxophonist)
- Madness (band) members
- English rock saxophonists
- Ska saxophonists
- 21st-century saxophonists