Musicians and band members for Lindbergh High School put their tunes to the test while taking part in a 36-hour "music-thon."
The music marathon was done to raise money for cancer.
This year's fundraiser featured the high school band, along with smaller groups, to benefit "Alex's Lemonade Stand," a childhood cancer fund.
"We're focusing a lot more on student groups and individual performers, we have rock bands, solo groups, hip-hop artists who are performing," Tristen Wilbers, a Lindbergh senior, said.
This year's effort raised $1,800 in its fourth year of existence.
Over those four years, the school has raised nearly $12,000 for cancer research.
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