Ian Ritchie - sax
Roger Waters saxophonist 2006 - present

Roger Waters saxophonist, Ian Ritchie has had a long and illustrious career in music. He started out playing tenor and soprano with the seminal Liverpool Art School Rock band Deaf School. After moving to London he became a sought after session player on recordings including Dee C Lee's "See The Day", Wham's "Club Tropicana" and Robbie Nevil's "C'est La Vie". He later turned his hand to record producing, resulting in hits with albums such as "Radio Kaos" by Roger Waters, "Strange Angels" by Laurie Anderson and "Sinful" by Pete Wylie. The 90's saw Ritchie composing for tv, gaining most success with his theme for the "Lonely Planet" later "Globetrekker" series of travel shows. In more recent times he has returned to playing. This resulted in a World tour with Roger Waters "The Dark Side Of The Moon tour" during 2006-2008, including appearances at the televised Live Earth and Sandy Relief ( 2012 ) concerts. He leads his own jazz groups Ian Ritchie's SOHO Project and Crown Moran Allstars. He performs frequently in London with ecstatic dance group URUBU. He is also a member of the Harry Waters quartet and features on the groups debut album.