Field Pass: Fresh Field Pass episodes have arrived!
From the parking lot to the stadium tunnel to the 50-yard line!
Drum Corps International’s Field Pass podcast presented by Zildjian delivers exclusive news, interviews, previews, feature stories and analysis of all things drum corps.
Hosted by longtime DCI announcer Dan Potter, the Field Pass is back for the 2012 summer season with brand new episodes and a new format.
“This summer we wanted to connect quicker and more frequently with drum corps fans by giving them quickly consumable glimpses of the 2012 DCI Tour,” says Potter who has been producing the popular podcast since 2005.
Field Pass “Tweetcasts” will be released Monday through Thursday via DCI’s official Twitter page, @DCI_Tour, which will include short interview segments and other brief features about a minute in length. Those Tweetcasts will lead up to a full long-listening podcast posted every Friday on DCI.org.
“The longer Friday episodes will give fans a chance to enjoy the podcast at their leisure over the weekend,” Potter said. “It’ll be great listening when you’re on the road to see your favorite corps.”
Listen to the very first Field Pass episode of the 2012 summer season below, and be sure to follow DCI’s official Twitter page @DCI_Tour for the latest episodes each week.
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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 “OKFoodie,” a cooking show in Tulsa, Okla.