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Mindi Abair

Mindi Abair

Mindi Abair (born May 31, 1969) is an American smooth jazz saxophonist with a strong Top-40 pop music background. She was a backing musician for such acts as Mandy Moore and the Backstreet Boys, and often appeared in their tours. In 2003, Abair decided to give jazz a try, and the move proved to be an enormous success. Often billed as "the second coming of Candy Dulfer," she scored big hits like "Lucy's," "Flirt," and "Save the Last Dance" (which takes its name from the Julia Stiles-Sean Patrick Thomas movie).

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