McCoy Mrubata

McCoy Mrubata
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McCoy Mrubata (born 1959 in Cape Town)'' is a South African jazz saxophonist. He plays tenor, soprano, and alto saxophone in addition to flute.[1]

He had an interest in music from an early age and in 1976 played flute for a time. By 1979 he had started playing professionally with a group. After some difficulties he began a successful career in the United Kingdom in 1988 and later worked with Hugh Masekela. Since then he has had a number of successes and in 2003 he won the South African Music Award in the Traditional Jazz category''.[2]