BALTIMORE (WJZ) — While some local Fourth of July events have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you can still get your fill of patriotic songs!

It’s all thanks to the Maryland National Guard’s 229th Army Band!

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The band will share a performance Saturday on their Facebook and Twitter accounts.

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While the coronavirus pandemic forced the group to cancel their traditional Fourth of July performances, they still wanted to show off their love for America.

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Roughly 30 members came together Thursday at the Warfield Air National Guard Base to record a line up of songs that they could share with everyone for the holiday!