The saxophonist Andrew Love, who helped found the Memphis Horns duo, along with trumpeter Wayne Jackson, died at age 70, on April 12 at his home in the United States. His wife told The Associated Press that he suffered from Alzheimer's.
In February this year, the duo received the award for the whole work at the Grammys in 2012. The award honors artists who have brought contributions to the musical environment.
The pair had played with Aretha Franklin, Elvis Presley, Otis Redding, U2, Jack White and Alicia Keys. Among the songs are attended by "Suspicious Minds" Elvis, "Let's Stay Together" Al Green, "Sweet Caroline," Diamond, among others.
Watch this clip of "Angel of Harlem", which is part of the movie "Rattle and Hum", and see Andrew Love playing with U2. He is sitting behind the Bono:
Source: Ultraviolet Brasil