Andy Sax biography

Andy is best known for playing saxophone with DJs at UK bars, clubs, venues and festivals, but also performs at many private engagements and corporate events. He has played sax with DJs at weddings and parties for TV celebrities and pro footballers including ex England captain Steven Gerrard and TOWIE’s Elliott & Sadie Wright.

Andy is also regularly booked to perform his backing track sets which in recent years have taken him to Lauris in the Provence region of France, Belgrade in Serbia, Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe and the Guinness National Rugby Awards 2019 at Twickenham Stadium.

Andy Sax at the Guiness National Rugby Awards, Twickenham

Andy had truly established himself on the UK club scene by 2006 and has since performed and/or collaborated with many respected artists and DJs and played at hundreds of popular UK events and venues. He has played sax alongside Judge Jules, Danny Howard, Sammy Porter, James Hype, Kenzie, Grant Nelson, Graeme Park, Danny Rampling, Marshall Jefferson, Seamus Haji, Hoxton Whores, Jeremy Healy, CJ Mackintosh, Seb Fontaine, John Kelly, Brandon Block and Alex P. Andy was one of the original Hedkandi resident saxophonists in the early 00’s.

He has played at many UK locations, visit his sax & DJ page for more info on artists, DJs, venues and promo from past events.

Andy is also known for touring the UK with Plan B upon the release of his hugely successful album, ‘The Defamation of Strickland Banks. He has played at a host of well-known venues and festivals in 2010 including Glastonbury, Royal Festival Hall, Radio 1’s Big Weekend and other famous London music venues including Camden’s Roundhouse.

Andy also played on several TV shows including Later Live with Jools Holland and Alan Carr’s ‘Chatty Man’. Andy and his brother Alek are in the HP Beats Audio advert and are seen as Russian gangsters in Plan B’s directorial debut ‘Ill Manors’.

Andy is also a member and co-founder of Del Camino who has established itself as one of the most well-known and respected salsa bands in the UK. Del Camino has performed at a host of well-known venues and festivals including Glastonbury 2010, Symphony Hall in Birmingham and The Lowry theatre in Manchester.

Del Camino has supported some of the most respected names in the business including Robert Plant, Beverley Knight and more recently Plan B at O2 Academy Birmingham. The band continues to maintain their longstanding popular monthly residency in conjunction with LatinMotion at The Jam House in Birmingham on the last Thursday of every month.