Ronnie Scott OBE is an English jazz saxophonist and owner of a jazz club. He co-founded the Ronnie Scott Jazz Club, one of the world's most famous jazz clubs, in 1959 .
|Birth name||Ronald Schatt|
|Born||28 January 1927, Aldgate, England|
|Died||December 23, 1996|
Jazz saxophonist featured on The Beatles' song "Lady Madonna" who was a co-leader of The Jazz Couriers from 1957 to 1959.
By the age of sixteen, he was playing in jazz clubs.
He co-founded Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, a music venue that had a tremendous influence on British jazz.
He had a daughter named Rebecca with his wife Mary Scott.
He is featured on the Phil Collins's hit "I Missed Again.".
British jazz tenor saxophonist. British Jewish musician. Those who attended the Central Foundation Boys' School. Post-bop saxophonists. Bebop saxophonists. Golders Blue Crematorium. English session musician. 20th century saxophonist