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Does your band program need an extra Tuba for the fall? Or Mellophones? A Marimba? Did you like the props we used during our summer show? Think a set of our flags would work great in your program? Did you know you can rent/buy much of the equipment the Bushwackers use? Read the rest of […]
American history will show that there have been British invasions to our country during the Revolutionary War and during the 1960’s with the Beatles, Rolling Stones, and the rest of the British musicians who followed. Fans of Drum Corps Associates and drum corps fans alike know of the Kidsgrove Scouts joining the ranks of DCA […]
The 31st annual Drum Corps Expo is making some noise as four drum corps from the Midwest look to be named the top band. Groups from Minnesota and Wisconsin tried to impress crowds and judges with their routines and musical creations. Watch the video here.
Drum and bugle corps fans, listen up: You’ve still got time to catch some world-class performers close to home. The Governaires, the corps that touts itself as the “oldest competing drum corps in the world,” is hosting its 2015 Drum Corps Expo, an annual event held at St. Peter High School’s football field. Including the […]
Under the lights at Scranton’s Memorial Stadium, musicians tapped their snare drums and played their trumpets. Members of color guards twirled their boldly colored flags. At the 53rd annual Parade of Champions on Saturday night, seven drum corps from Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey showcased their musical talent, pageantry and dedication during the Drum […]
A Fairfield man who has been playing in a drum-and-bugle corps since he was 8 years old was recently elected to the World Drum Corps Hall of Fame. Kenton Clarke, a businessman and entrepreneur, is still a member of the Park City Pride Combined Drum-and-Bugle Alumni Corps in Bridgeport and the Stratford Community Concert Band. […]
Popular marching arts groups from Ontario, New York and Pennsylvania will help salute the 50th anniversary of Canada’s national flag during the sixth annual Scout House Invitational Tattoo, to be held on Saturday, August 15, 2015 at University Stadium, 81 Seagram Drive in Waterloo, beginning at 6:30 pm. Gates open at 5:30 pm, rain or […]
Kenton Clarke, longtime resident of Fairfield, was recently elected into the World Drum Corps Hall of Fame. The World Drum Corps Hall of Fame members have made contributions to drum and bugle corps activity from coast to coast and around the world. Inductees are elected by current members for their dedication, contributions and achievements over […]
The Bushwackers Present the 2015 Championship Preview! Saturday, August 22 – Clifton Stadium – 350 Piaget Ave.- Clifton, NJ and now featuring: Bushwackers, Buccaneers, Garfield Cadets Alumni, and the David Letterman Show’s own AL CHEZ with his big band THE BROTHERS OF FUNK Read the rest of the article here.
Albert J. Mura, a member of the World Drum Corps Hall of Fame since 1989, passed away Friday, July 10 at age 92, surrounded by his loving family. Music was a vital and driving force in his life. He was an original 1934 member of the Holy Name Cadets (later the Garfield Cadets), which he […]