Mel Collins is a British saxophonist, flautist and session musician. Over the years he’s performed in a wide variety of styles and genres but is best known for his work in progressive rock, in bands such as Camel, The Alan Parsons Project and King Crimson, with whom he still plays.
Collins played the saxophone solo on The Rolling Stones 1978 single, Miss You, and was also on their live album, Alchemy. In the last few years Mel played woodwind on the 2011 King Crimson ProjeKct album A Scarcity of Miracles, before re-joining King Crimson on their recent international tour. He’s also recently released a track called Tremulous, which was co-written with Anthony Philips, founding member of Genesis.