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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 – 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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In The News – Michigan Drum Corps Stops At Virginia High To Prepare For Upcoming Competition

The tapping of snare drums, bleating of brass horns and ringing of xylophones filled the Virginia High School campus Monday. Members of the Kalamazoo, Michigan-based Legends Drum & Bugle Corps, on their way to a competition today in Knoxville, Tennessee, stayed at the high school Sunday night and used Monday to practice. Legends consists of […]

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In The News – It’s A Hard Corps Life

Weber State hosted the “Corps Encore” for the eleventh time this July 12. The “Corps Encore” is a performance and competition between eight distinguished Drum and Bugle Corps. This event brought professional marching bands, or “corps,” to Weber State, as each one demonstrated their unique field show for this year. “For those of you that […]

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In The News – Drum Corps International Competition Comes To River Region

Drums Across the River Region is bringing Drum Corps International to the area. Seven drum & bugle corps from the country will be competing at Stanhope-Elmore High School Friday night, a stop on the way to the World Championship competition in Indianapolis in August. The event is hosted by Alabama’s own Southwind Drum & Bugle […]

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In The News – 7th Regiment Family Calls St. Bernard Home

Ninety-eight young adults are spending their summer sleeping on the floor of the St. Bernard’s gymnasium. They wake up at 7:15 a.m., and it’s lights out at midnight. In between, they exercise and rehearse for a total of 12 hours a day. They belong to the 7th Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps. The 7th Regiment […]

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2017 Music City Tour Is Off To A Great Start

Music City’s 2017 summer tour is off to a fantastic start. The corps is receiving enthusiastic responses from audiences and judges alike. The corps has also marched in three parades. Check out a video of Music City performing “Stars and Stripes” as it marches through the town square in East Troy, Wisconsin. The corps is […]

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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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In The News – Hall Performing Across 10 States With Southwind Drum & Bugle Corps

The next several weeks will be filled with fun and excitement for Jonathan Hall as he is performing across 10 states with Southwind Drum & Bugle Corps this summer as part of the Drum Corps International Open Class circuit. Hall, a Philadelphia High School graduate and member of the percussion section of the drum corps, […]

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In The News – Lafayette Drum And Bugle Corps Goes National

If you pass by Cajun Field and listen closely, you can hear the Louisiana Stars. The Stars, a Lafayette-based drum and bugle corps, are getting set to go national. The Stars, a Lafayette-based drum and bugle corps, are getting set to go national. The corps is one of 40 throughout the nation that will be […]

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