Who was Tony Coe? Jazz musician and performer of ‘The Pink Panther’ theme tune dies aged 88

Tony Coe was an English jazz musician and performer who was reported dead at the age of 88. He played several instruments including clarinet, bass clarinet, and flute, as well as soprano, alto, and tenor saxophones.

He is a self-taught instrumentalist who started playing in school when he was 15 years old and became a professional at age 17. He joined the Royal Army when he was 18, where he played clarinet in the military band and saxophone with unit Dance Band.

Coe was also a contributor to the soundtracks of many films including Leaving Las Vegas – released in 1995, Superman II, and Academy Award-winning comedy Victor/Victoria.

Tony Coe cause of death

What was Tony Coe’s cause of death? How did Tony Coe die? What happened to Tony Coe? Tony Coe died peacefully at the hospital on Thursday, March 16, 2023, according to sources.

Tony Coe college

Did Tony Coe attend college? Which college did Tony Coe attend? Tony Coe did not attend college, however, he received an honorary degree in music from the University of Kent in 1998.