London saxophone player

Andy Sax is a professional saxophonist available for all types of events in London including weddings, Asian and Indian weddings, private parties, bars, clubs and festivals. Andy is most often booked to play his sax with DJs and backing tracks.

Playing with chart topping artists

Andy was sax player at some of London’s best-known venues with Plan B, he also played on TV shows and filmed for videos including the HP Beats advert and Love Goes Down from the album Defamation of Strickland Banks.

TV shows included Later Live with Jools Holland, Alan Carr’s Chatty Man and Channel 4’s Evo Music Rooms. Venues and festivals included O2 Academy Brixton, Camden Roundhouse, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, Wireless Festival, iTunes Festival and War Child at Royal Festival Hall.

Sax player for London venues and clubs

Andy has been resident saxophone player at London west end night clubs and has played at plenty of other hotels and venues including support for Jimmy Cliff at indigo at The O2, and more recently the Guinness National Rugby Awards 2019 at Twickenham Stadium.

Other clubs and venues include:

  • McQueen in Shoreditch near Old Street station
  • Bluebird in Chelsea near Fulham Road Picture House
  • The Steel Yard on Allhallows lane near London Bridge
  • Sunbeam Studios on Ladbroke Grove
  • Revolution London in Leadenhall
  • The Gable on Moorgate near Guildhall
  • Dirty Martini in Bishopsgate
  • Ruby Blue just off Leicester Square
  • Opal Bar on Victoria Embankment
  • Namaste Lounge in Northwood
Aerial view of Addington Palace in Surrey

Saxophone player for London weddings

Andy played sax with a DJ for Elliot and Sadie Wright’s (from TOWIE) wedding reception at Addington Palace in Croydon.

Sax with London DJs and artists

Andy has collaborated with other London artists including two releases with Kevin Andrews from the Hoxton Whores, both on WHORE HOUSE 272 record label. Check out this promo clip for Sax Is Burning.

Andy Sax Paul Trouble Anderson London

Andy also recorded sax in London for the late Paul Trouble Anderson, unfortunately for one of his last projects which was recorded and produced by his friend and colleague Booker T.

Rhythm Rhyme Revolution #3 front

Andy can be heard on a recent release from Barrie Sharpe from Sharpeye London in Camden. He recorded alto saxophone on the album Rhythm Rhyme Revolution #3.