11 Horrendous Sax Jokes for Saxophone Day 2010

Can’t you just sniff it in the air? Yes, of course, it’s that magical time of the year as Saxophone Day 2010 looms upon us.

For those of you who don’t know, this coming Saturday, November 6 is “Saxophone Day” – or the day that Adolphe Sax, the inventor of the saxophone was born.

Rather than bore you all to tears with a history of the instrument, I’d like to instead offer you some much more important information that you’ll need to arm yourself with for this weekend’s festivities.

11 Utterly Draining Saxophone “Jokes”

  1. How many C melody sax players can you fit into a phone booth?
    All of them.
  2. If lost in the woods, who do you ask for directions, an in-tune soprano sax player, an out-of-tune soprano sax player, or Santa Claus?
    The out-of-tune soprano sax player. The other two indicate that you’re hallucinating.
  3. Kenny G gets on an elevator and says “Wow! This rocks!”
  4. How many sax players does it take to change a light bulb?
    Sixty. One to change the bulb and fifty-nine to talk about how much better Michael Brecker would have done it.
  5. A group of terrorists hijacked a plane full of alto players…
    They called down to ground control with their list of demands and added that if their demands weren’t met, they would release one alto player every hour.
  6. What calendar does a bari player use for his gigs?
  7. What is the least used sentence in the English language?
    “Isn’t that the saxophonist’s Porshe?”
  8. Why can’t alto saxophonists stay married?
    Blaming it on the reed doesn’t work.
  9. How do you get a jazz tenor to play softer?
    Give him some music.
  10. How do you know when a saxophone player is at your door?
    They don’t know which key to use or where to enter.

    Here’s a good way to finally get rid of Saddam Hussein…
    Go to Bagdad and play an hour of out-of-tune soprano sax solos for him!

Closing Thoughts


Now it’s time to show who’s got the most sax appeal. That’s right, I want to hear YOUR tidbits of saxophone humor brilliance. Have at it, kids!