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In The News – Drum Corps International Competition Returns To D.C. Everest

Seven groups from across the country cranked-up the volume to “Eleven” Thursday evening. Organizers said they couldn’t have asked for a nicer day for the event. “We often travel to a different state every day,” said Avery Gurney of the Pioneer Drum & Bugle Corps. “It’s a very fun, very fast-paced lifestyle for this short […]

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In The News – Drum And Bugle Corps Competition Returns To Weston

The Northwoods Encore Drum and Bugle Corps Competition returned to D.C. Everest Junior High Thursday evening, bringing seven different corps to the area to put on a performance and show their talents. Each corps consists of a horn line, a drumline, front ensemble and color guard. Each group has about 150 members, and they travel […]

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In The News – Spring Valley Student Living Drum Corps Dream In Seattle

When Noah Curtis stumbled upon a video of a show titled “Intergalactic” by the Seattle Cascades Drum and Bugle Corps, he fell in love with the group’s style. Spring Valley High School’s Curtis, of Prichard, is spending the summer performing with the group that travels more than 13,000 miles across the United States, competing in […]

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Welcome To Phantom Regiment’s 2018 Hall Of Fame Inductees

Phantom Regiment is pleased to announce three inductees to its Hall of Fame Class of 2018. Cindi Baumgartner, Bill Riebock, and Becky Nelson were selected from a pool of outstanding nominations and will be honored during a ceremony Oct. 13 in Loves Park. They become the 39th, 40th and 41st members of the Phantom Regiment […]

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In The News – Drum And Bugle Corps Competition Held In Cranston

After 29 years of pomp and circumstance, the Fourth of July Drum and Bugle Corps Competition is still attracting the best of the best performers from across the country. “We wanted to attract better bands, better corps to our parade in Bristol and that’s how we got in the business,” said Drum Corps Subcommittee Chair […]

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WDCHOF Member Jim Cossetti Passes

World Drum Corps Hall of Fame member Jim Cossetti passed away peacefully on June 28 at age 73, following some very serious and long lasting medical issues. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame at ceremonies held in Scranton, Pennsylvania in 2002. He was also a member of the International Trumpet Guild, the Bugler’s […]

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Dr. Dan Memorial At Show Of Shows

Phantom Regiment invites alumni, family, and friends to attend a Celebration of Life in honor of Dr. Dan Richardson, who passed away in January of 2018, on July 6 at the Show of Shows Drum Corps Competition at Boylan High School in Rockford, IL. Guests are invited to view photos, share stories, and listen to […]

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In The News – River City Rhapsody Brings Top Drum Corps To La Crosse

The Blue Stars Drum and Bugle Corps competed against eight of the world’s top drum corps at the annual River City Rhapsody on Sunday. Throughout the summer, The Blue Stars compete in the Drum Corps International Tour. Teams will perform in over 30 competitions to see who will be ranked top corps in the US. […]

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Music City Makes World Class Debut

Music City gave its first performance as a World Class corps on June 27 at Drums Along the Ohio in Evansville, IN. The corps’ 2018 production “Hell on Wheels: The Final Journey of Casey Jones” received enthusiastic cheers from the always large Evansville crowd. A photo gallery from this performance is available on Facebook. Music […]

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In The News – Renowned Drum And Bugle Corps Rehearses In Paso

The world-renowned Santa Clara Vanguard Drum and Bugle Corps, under the direction of Paso Robles High School graduate Shaun Gallant, has people lining the fence around Flamson Middle School. SCV spent three days and nights living and practicing at the middle school before it heads south for its next round of performances and competition. After […]

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