A group of musicians has set a new Guinness world record in Seattle. The "Seattle Post Intelligencer" reports a harmonica band made up of 17-hundred-five members assembled at Northwest Folklife Festival at the Seattle Center and played "When The Saints Go Marching In" for 13 minutes and 22 seconds. That easily broke the previous record of 851 harmonica players.
I'm not sure they needed to play "When The Saints Go Marching In" for thirteen minutes. And where was there room for an audience? Was there an audience?