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An Evening With The Florida Brass

Florida Brass will host their show Saturday evening, September 16th, at 6 p.m., at the Imperial Country Club located at 6 Country Club Lane, Mulberry, FL 33860, located just south of the corps hometown of Lakeland. Florida Brass is now going on their 14th year of entertaining crowds in the Sunshine State. The Brass was […]

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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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Drum Corps United Kingdom Launch Hall Of Fame

Drum Corps United Kingdom is pleased to announce that it is introducing its own Hall Of Fame as a way of honouring the “legends” of the UK Drum Corps activity ensuring they are remembered for the indelible impressions they have left on the UK activity. DCUK was formed in 1980 and the original vehicle for […]

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Winning Tickets In Scout House Raffle Drawn On Canada Day

After a major downpour that drenched Canada Day 150 parade participants and spectators, it rained money for three winners in the Preston Scout House Band Inc. raffle. The winning tickets were drawn shortly after a sudden major rain and windstorm swept down the parade route during the Preston parade. Winner of the $1,000 first prize […]

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Inside the Arc – Who Needs a Hall of Fame?

One could be forgiven for thinking the whole thing is getting out of hand.  There seems to be no limit to the proliferation: The Beekeepers Hall of Fame, Whack-a-Mole Hall of Fame, Hot Dog Eaters Hall of Fame…Trust me. These actually exist. But do we need them in drum corps? Really? We’ve got a “World” […]

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Scout House Heritage Band In Preston Canada Day Parade

The loud cheering and shouts of support for Preston Scout House Band by Canada Day 150 parade spectators were more than a match for a torrential downpour of heavy rain and fierce head winds that swept down the main street as the Band reached the halfway point of the big parade on July 1. Many […]

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Thurrock Marching Brass June 2017 Jack Petchey Award Winner

Thurrock Marching Brass is pleased and proud to confirm Isabella Reynolds as the worthy winner of the June 2017 Jack Petchey Achievement Award. Isabella is an active member of the colourguard, the section that brings the visual elements of both the mobile theatre and the performing arts groups alive.

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Thurrock Academy Returns To WGUK For The 2018 Season

After a two year absence from the Winterguard United Kingdom circuit Thurrock Marching Brass is delighted to announce that its colourguard, performing under the name of Thurrock Academy, will be returning to the WGUK circuit and will be competing in the Junior Class. To lead this effort, Thurrock Academy and The Academy legend Charmaine Mansfield […]

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Hat-Trick Of Community Events For Thurrock Marching Brass

As well as rehearsing for their summer production, Charlie’s Chocolate Factory the youngsters at Thurrock Marching Brass have been extremely busy performing within the community. Something they pride themselves on. First on the little local tour for the members was Corringham Primary School on 20 May 2017 where the youngsters performed to an enthusiastic audience, […]

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Troopers Launch Video Series – “Members Of The Long Blue Line”

Throughout the summer, individual members of the corps will be featured in this series. Here is the catch… None of them have any idea they are being featured. We have enlisted the help of best friends, family, instructors and administrators to record the voice overs. Today’s debut on Father’s Day is extra special as the […]

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