There is nothing like a massed group of horns performing America The Beautiful/O Canada together: Thanks to Chris Green of Forte Drum and Bugle Corps for posting this video.
Many thanks to Amy Morrison for posting a video of the 2010 Crossmen’s performance at the Austin Drum Corps Preview. Check it out at http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=748932711056&ref=mf.
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I have a client’s hard drive which needs data recovered. Since I’ll be focused on that, other work activities, and bringing the DCP front page up to date, I’ve decided to reschedule episode 2010-8 to Thursday, still at 8PM. Mark your calendars appropriately.
This is a clip from the Cadets’ 2010 production, Toy Souldier. For the beginning of June, this is incredibly sharp. I can’t wait until they clean it up to August standards. Find more music like this on Cadets Drum and Bugle Corps Alumni/Fan Network
For those of you in the Medina, Ohio, area, I will be performing with the Medina Community Band tonight at 8:30 at the gazebo in the town square. Come check it out!
Here is last night’s episode of the Box Center podcast, number 2010-7, direct from Talkshoe. I haven’t done anything to it yet, but wanted to get something up for you to listen to. I hope to have the edited version up today or tomorrow. Enjoy! Box Center Episode 2010-7
This is my rookie year in drum corps. It was a tough year as the corps was on the brink of making Finals for the first time, missing the cut by just one tenth of a point. It was also tough because the corps had to learn how to deliver this show, being all New […]
Yesterday, I woke up with a simple plan: Enjoy the holiday weekend. At the time, “enjoy” would have been defined by cutting the grass, doing the laundry, helping Rachel further summer proof the home, and slacking. Heck, it’s a holiday weekend, after all, and a chance to reflect on those who have protected our country […]