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About brentwood

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  1. What a great post! Thanks for putting it together. I've been following posts on DCP for years but until now haven't posted. In 1987 I was on the visual, and color guard staff for the Velvet Knights. I worked closely with Bobby Hoffman on the visual staff and Roxanne Narachi on the color guard staff. I designed and constructed all the silks, designed/built all the props (the California license plate at the end of the show was a major undertaking!) and made most of the costumes that were used throughout the show. (Interesting coincidence - the two corps that tied, VK and Star, probably had
  2. Hey Ryan, I am just trying to follow in your footsteps, you always say just the right thing in your posts. Hope everything is well for you.
  3. I have a friend that I have known for many years. A while back the topic of Drum Corps came up. She said, "I went to a drum corps show one time, back in 1985." Long story short, she remembered only one corps, Velvet Knights. She remembered lots of things about the show actually. The name of the corps, a shark, a beach ball, red sneakers, and fun. I just happened to be marching Velvet Knights that year, pretty cool that she saw me perform and now we are best friends. But I digress. My point (there is one here, I promise) is that discussion of placements, execution, etc. is almost moot when