Sax Bandits took to the stage at BunkFest in Wallingford for a 30-minute set.
BunkFest is a free admission festival that takes place every year in the town.
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The band was started seven years ago by Rob Digweed and now has six bands which meet in different locations once a month.
He said: “We were joined by a live rhythm section of pro musicians especially for this performance, which included bass, drums, guitar, and even a sousaphone!
“We had a superb reaction from a large audience and the Metallica song in particular was really well received with people talking about it afterwards.
“This was a truly memorable performance for both the audience and the saxophonists who took part.
“We are always looking for new members to join our band, whether they are learners or returners.”
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The band plays pop and rock songs, often at the request of the bandmembers themselves.
This was Sax Bandit’s second year appearing on the BunkFest main stage and their largest performance to date with more than one hundred saxophone players.
The band played Baby One More Time by Britney Spears, Supermassive Black Hole by Muse and Ghostbusters by Ray Parker Jr, among other hits.
Their next performance will be a Christmas set as part of the Henley Living Advent Calendar.