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  1. FWIW, Ryan George was brass arranger and Michael Lentz was Artistic Director.
  2. This was so great! As a 2002 ageout I appreciate this low tech way of talking about the highs and lows of the season (one of the greatest experiences of my life, personally). Earlier on in the posts you mentioned a couple of names connected with the Colts (and of course Crossmen) Chuck Naffier and Dean Musson. Sad to know that Dean is no longer with us, he seemed to have such an impact on so many students lives https://www.dci.org/news/former-crossmen-director-musson-passes-away Dean Musson Tribute
  3. Cap Reg had the nicest food trailer that clearly didn't serve enough 'food'. Thankfully once word got out the right people were brought in (2006) to help salvage the season from the tour perspective.
  4. I thought 1990 was a better more refined version of the 1989 show. One of my top ten musically.
  5. Is it a sign that today's DCI Corps news and announcement links YEA to the Boston Facebook page?
  6. I am really looking forward to their show announcement - Looks like a great team in place!
  7. I have never seen such a deep percussion bench..... Holy Moly!