Earth: Saxophonist Andrew Woolfolk dead at 71


Earth
Saxophonist Andrew Woolfolk dies at 71

Andrew Woolfolk during a performance in 1982.

Andrew Woolfolk during a performance in 1982.

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Andrew Woolfolk, longtime member of cult band Earth, Wind & Fire, has died at the age of 71.

Andrew Woolfolk (1950-2022) is dead. The American saxophonist was a longtime member of the band Earth, Wind & Fire. Philip Bailey (70), singer of the group, said Woolfolk had died after a long illness. on Instagram with. The musician was 71 years old.

“His name was Andrew Paul Woolfolk”

“I met him in high school and we quickly became friends and bandmates. His name was Andrew Paul Woolfolk,” Bailey captioned a photo together. “We lost him today after he was ill for more than six years.”

Bailey continues to talk about great memories together. Woolfolk had a lot of talent, including being funny and quick-witted. The singer ends the post with the words: “Booski … See you on the other side, my friend.”

Woolfolk joined the band in the early 1970s and was a member on hiatus until 1993. Along with the other band members, Woolfolk was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000. During his long career he also worked with fellow musicians such as Phil Collins (71).

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