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Thurrock Marching Brass At Deneholm School Fete

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Thurrock Marching Brass were proud to take part in a community event held at the Deneholm School on Saturday 28 June 2014 where they entertained an appreciative crowd at the school’s annual fete. The weather managed to hold up for the performance after a rather blustery and wet morning and early afternoon just prior and […]

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Anders Catering Serves VIPs At 2014 Corps At The Crest

Pacific Crest supporters enjoyed delicious food and beverages thanks to Anders Catering this past Saturday at Corps at the Crest Los Angeles. Once again, the Pacific Crest Alumni Association sponsored the VIP booth, which served donors, music educators, and other Pacific Crest supporters. Read the rest of the article here.

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Critical Need For Volunteers On 2014 Academy Tour

Volunteers are still needed on tour! We have an incredible team leading the charge this summer, but have a CRITICAL NEED in a couple areas to serve our corps including standard license DRIVERS, CO-DRIVERS, and FOOD CREW. Please contact us and tell us if you are interested at email [at] arizonaacademy [dot] org Read the […]

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In The News: It’s A Hard-Corps Life

For the next 17 days it will be “show time” once a day for the Pioneer Drum and Bugle Corps of Milwaukee. That’s how long it will be before the musicians have a day off. And they can forget about sleeping in beds until August. Eighty days, from late May to Aug. 10, the corps […]

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That One Second — A Volunteer’s Story

The Blue Knights Drum and Bugle Corps has begun to perform their 2014 production “That One Second” in competition. The show and its concept that “life is a gift” is continuing to create waves in the drum corps community as people begin to reflect on their own personal “one second”. The following story was submitted […]

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Sponsor A Meal For The 2014 Boston Crusaders

On average 3,000 calories are burned after a day of rehearsal during the summer drum corps season. Needless to say, all that hard work creates some very hungry eating-machines! It’s no easy feat to feed the 200 hungry people on tour, 4 times a day, 90 days straight, and at a cost of $1,100+ per […]

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2014 Cavaliers Change Gears, Hit Competitive Season

Over the past week, The Cavaliers officially embarked on the 10,000-mile summer tour that represents the organization’s 66th anniversary season. Since the 2014 Season Kickoff and Fan Appreciation Night on Saturday, June 14, the Green Machine has relentlessly logged miles and milestones, alike. The crescendo began as the corps revealed the unique staging of the […]

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In The News: Carolina Crown Drum Corps Coming To Wakefield

The Wakefield Independence Day Committee and the West Side Social Club are proud to announce that defending Drum Corps International World Champions, Carolina Crown, are coming to Wakefield this Fourth of July. Carolina Crown, from Fort Mills, S.C., is coming fresh of its 2013 DCI World Championship. They scored the highest of all DCI Bands […]

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2014 Crossmen Blog Day 4

We are steadily making our way west across the country to our first show in California. We traveled the 305 miles from Kermit to Las Cruces in good order. The initial part of tour each summer is used not only as a fourth week of spring training in preparation for contests but also as training […]

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Carolina Crown Finishes Week With Band Students

Crown concludes an amazing week of clinics with the outstanding young students participating in Music For All’s Summer Symposium in Muncie, Ind. on the campus of Ball State University. Friday evening at 7:00, Crown performs at DCI Indiana with Blue Stars, Colts, Phantom Regiment, Pioneer, The Cavaliers and Troopers. Click here to watch the show […]

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