We had a very early start yesterday morning travelling to St James's Park, arriving for a 7am sound check, only to find that "The Hoosiers" and "Chas" of Chas & Dave were in front of us With the sound check completed at 7.40am, the Chris Evans Breakfast show on Radio 2 started at 8am, with an estimated audience of 8 million listeners, plus the 200 odd brave souls around the bandstand, and the thousands lining the mall. We played a rousing, cut down, Dambusters March in the first half hour of the show, and instead of a recording of How do you like your eggs in the Morning, we played it at 9.03. Having sat around for almost an hour and a half our final piece for the broadcast was part of the last page of A London Celebration, where Chris Evans described us as the "Led Zeppelin of the Royal Wedding" :biggrin: All this went down very well. If you would like to catch our performance it is on the BBC iPlayer now and should be available for a few more days :tup Timings are 19 minutes 1 hr 3 mins 2 hrs 24 mins Once the broadcast finished, we had 3 1/2 hours to wait until we played our main concert of the day. This started at 2pm, and I believe we set the world record for the most number of plays in one concert of Pomp and Circumstance No 1, The Dambusters and Jerusalem. This was intermingled with some of the more common brass band repertoire, which went down very well, but did not get the same level of cheers, whoops, screams and whistles of the previously mentioned pieces. There were some fine solo performances from some of our Principal players The Summer Knows (Trombone solo) played by our Solo Horn Trevor Foster Rule Britannia played by our Solo Euphonium Alan Flower Autumn Leaves played by our Solo Trombone David Murray As is customary our last piece was the National Anthem which went down really well with the thousands of people still in attendance at St James's Park. All standing, flag waving and singing their hearts out. However, the crowd still wanted more so we gave a quick encore of Soul Bossa Nova, which ended the concert on a high note. (Sop Top D to be precise!!!!!!) At 5.05pm having been in the Park for 10 hours + we started the process of packing away, and at about 5.30 we all started making our ways home. Although we have all ended up extremely tired, we all enjoyed every aspect of the day, and look forward to Prince Harry getting hitched I have attached a photo courtesy of the BBC, that was taken with Chris Evans, and most of the band in view.