Molly Duncan (musician)

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Malcolm "Molly" Duncan (born 24 August 1945, Montrose, Scotland) is a tenor saxophonist and founding member of Average White Band.[1]

Duncan has recorded with Ray Charles, Tom Petty, Buddy Guy, Ben E. King, Dire Straits, Bryan Ferry and many others and has played live with artists including Marvin Gaye, Chaka Khan and Eric Clapton.

Currently he is collaborating with other studio musicians to form Knee Deep, a funk and fusion group and Cold Sweat and the Horny Horns.

In July 2015, Duncan along with Steve Ferrone and Hamish Stuart reunited to form The 360 Band. This is in essence one half of the original Average White Band. They released an album titled "Three Sixty" in 2017 and have been performing live together along with supporting musicians.

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