Field Pass: Introducing the Hall of Fame Class of 2008
Four individuals to be inducted as the newest members of Drum Corps International's prestigious Hall of Fame
This past weekend, the votes of Drum Corps International World Class directors and Hall of Fame members were tallied to select four new members who will be inducted into the DCI Hall of Fame for 2008.
Conceived in 1985, more than 80 honorees comprise the DCI Hall of Fame representing a select group of individuals who have been influential and instrumental in the sustained success and continued evolution of Drum Corps International throughout its more than 35-year legacy.
In this special edition of DCI.org's official audio magazine, "Field Pass," host Dan Potter interviews Hall of Fame Chairman David Kampschroer (’85) to reveal the four newest members representing the Hall of Fame Class of 2008. Download and listen. (MP3, 15 MB)
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Dan Potter has been hooked on drum corps and competitive marching band for 30 years. He is the announcer for many Drum Corps International and marching band shows nationwide and is the host of DCI's "Field Pass" podcast which covers the best in marching music.
Drum major of the Geneseo Knights Drum and Bugle Corps from 1979-1981, Dan has experience on the staff of the Glassmen and has taught or consulted high school marching bands in Indiana and Texas.
Dan has been a news anchor, radio personality and manager of newsrooms for 30 years. He is the recipient of numerous broadcast journalism awards including the prestigious Radio-Television News Directors Association’s Edward R. Murrow award for best radio newscast in the U.S. and the DuPont-Columbia Silver Baton for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism. Dan is the host of the "KRMG Morning News" in Tulsa, Okla., and cooking show “OKFoodie.”