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In The News – Texans Compete In ‘NFL Of Marching Bands’

Wearing shorts and shoes and not a whole lot else, the drumline crab-steps past gymnasts heaving flags. Others are dressed for yoga. It’s too hot for the elaborate, colorful uniforms they wear when they’re performing. It’s easily 100 degrees out, and with so much sun, it’s hard to tell whether the football field is turf […]

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Welcome To #TexasTour

Following an extensive tour of the eastern half of the United States, including stops in Allentown, Boston, Washington, D.C., Orlando, and finally Dubuque, the Colts have settled into the heat and sunshine deep in the heart of Texas. The Colts began their #TexasTour with a show in Belton, Texas, at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. […]

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Glassmen Alumni Association Makes Donation To Legends

The Glassmen Alumni Association has made a $2,000. donation in our name to the Legends Drum & Bugle Corps, from Kalamazoo, Michigan to help support their goal to raise $100,000. in 24 hours. The corps director made a plea for help 24 hours ago to the activity and friends to support them as they look […]

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In The News – Belton: Drum Corps International Visits Central Texas

Drum Corps International celebrates 45 years of marching and musical ensemble performances. There are 55 performing all summer long in 37 states. Central Texas welcomed 12 at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Thursday. The Boston Crusaders took to the field Thursday night after intense preparation. Read the rest of the article here.

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In The News – Major League Marchers: Drum And Bugle Corps Swing Through Denton

A silence settles over the crowd as musicians clad in black pants and plumed hats scatter across the field at C.H. Collins Stadium. Just kidding. There’s no such thing as silence during a Drum Corps International show. Whether it’s screaming trumpet notes, lightning-fast drum licks or the roar of music-loving fans, sound waves puncture the […]

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In The News – PBL’s Williams Seeing The U.s. As Member Of Pioneer Drum And Bugle Corps

Garet Williams misses the comforts of home, but he realizes that being comfortable isn’t the point of his summerlong journey across the nation. Since June 24, the 17-year-old incoming senior at Paxton-Buckley-Loda High School has been touring the U.S. as a member of the Pioneer Drum and Bugle Corps and Color Guard. The tour has […]

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In The News – Norwood Students Spending Summer With Spartans Drum And Bugle Corps

Greyson Griffey of Norwood has been playing music since the fourth grade, so it may surprise one when he says that his time in the Spartans Drum and Bugle Corps has been the most intense experience of his life. Griffey—a 2017 graduate of Norwood High School—is one of four musicians from the town that recently […]

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Seattle Cascades Flying High At Mile High

A long week of travel and performances were capped off with a stellar showing of SET FREE in Denver, Colorado. Thousands gathered at Sports Authority Field at Mile High to witness the top drum corps in the country! It was a corps biggest show as of yet and they did not disappoint. Crowds were astounded […]

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Stanbury Supports Pacific Crest Outreach Program

The Pacific Crest Outreach Program provides free and discounted tickets for high school groups attending drum corps shows in Southern California. The 2017 Outreach Program was sponsored in part by Stanbury Uniforms. Thanks to Stanbury’s support, 150 Southern California marching band students were able to attend this year’s Drum Corps at the Rose Bowl show […]

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SCV 2017: A Conversation With Paul Rennick

Are you aching to learn more about “Ouroboros”? SCV Percussion Arranger and Caption Manager, Paul Rennick, sits down to talk more about the musical design of our 2017 program! Read the rest of the article here.

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