Graeme Airth

Saxophone Player for Corporate Events, Functions and Weddings

London based saxophone player taking bookings for corporate events, functions and weddings.

Original member of "Curiosity Killed the Cat".  Playing on hits including “Misfit “, “Ordinary Day” and “Free” which all made the UK pop charts.

During the 1990's Graeme was touring and doing TV promotion, including playing on the No.1 album, "Keep your Distance" and appearing on Top of the Pops. Graeme had several projects including "The Connection", featuring JC001 and Glen Nightingale from "The Gap Band".

Since then Graeme has recorded and toured with Misty Oldland, Dizzy Heights, Fluke, Father Father, Fly by Nature, Lena Fiagbe, Zero DB and Geno Washington.  

Music is Graeme’s passion and he loves playing his saxophone to new audiences.

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