For David Sanborn, learning to play a musical instrument proved both life changing and life sustaining. Introduced at a young age to the saxophone as part of his recovery from polio, the natural found himself playing with legends like Albert King and Little Milton by age 14. Twenty-four albums and six Grammy Awards later, David Sanborn is largely credited with returning the saxophone to relevance in contemporary rock, pop and R&B. Prior to launching his solo career in the mid 70s, the accomplished musician toured with Stevie Wonder, David Bowie and the Rolling Stones. As a solo artist, he’s collaborated with James Taylor, Paul Simon and Luther Vandross and secured eight Gold albums and one Platinum album.