Cliff Townshend

British musician Cliff Townshend

Clifford Blandford Townshend was an English jazz musician noted for playing the saxophone in The Royal Air Force Dance Orchestra, popularly known as The Squadronaires. He was described by acquaintances as a quiet man with a wry sense of humor. He also played clarinet in the band and was respected by his peers as a talented and accomplished musician. His eldest son, Pete, gained renown as guitarist and principal composer for the seminal rock band The Who.
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29 June 1986

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  • 1986
    Age 69
    Died on June 29, 1986.
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  • 1916
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    Cliff Townshend was born to Dorothy (née Blandford) and Horace Townshend on 28 January 1916.
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