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Kenny G (born June 5, 1956), is an American saxophonist who
rose to fame in 1986. Kenny G's main instrument is the soprano
saxophone, but he also plays the alto and tenor sax on occasion. In
2003, Kenny G was named the 25th-highest selling artist in
America by the RIAA, with 47.5 million albums sold in the USA. In
1994, Kenny G won the Grammy Award for Best Instrumental
Composition for "Forever in Love".
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In 1981, Kenny G signed with Arista Records as a solo artist. He has released many solo albums and collaborated with various artists including Whitney Houston, Toni Braxton, Natalie Cole and Aretha Franklin. Influenced by the likes of Grover Washington Jr., his own albums are usually classified as smooth jazz, though there are many in the music community who categorize his albums more as adult contemporary.
In 1997, Kenny G earned a place in the Guinness Book of World Records for playing the longest note ever recorded on a saxophone. Kenny G held an E Flat for forty five minutes, forty seven seconds, a record he still officially holds. However, in 1998, a sax player by the name of Geovanny Escalante from Costa Rica claimed that he held an E Flat for ninety minutes, forty five seconds. This attempt is considered unofficial, as the Guinness Book of World Records judges were not present at the event, which is required for an official entry in the book.