In This Edition ...
• How Legends lit up the field in ‘16
• Madison Scouts appoint new percussion staffers
• Flashback to Troopers’ inaugural march
• Plus much more!
The Battalion announced a new partnership with cymbal maker Sabian.
The same brass mouthpieces Blue Devils members perform with are now on sale from System Blue.
Blue Stars introduced the 16 members of the corps’ 2017 brass staff.
The Hyde Park Cornhole Tournament in Boston this Saturday will support the Boston Crusaders.
Christmas comes early to the Cadets in this deleted scene from the “Clash of the Corps” television series.
The purchase of this “Relentless” fan gear will help send the Carolina Crown percussion line to the Percussive Arts Society International Convention this November.
The Cavaliers have launched Crystal Lake Thunder, a coed percussion ensemble that will compete in the WGI Sport of the Arts Independent A class.
Time is running out to sign up for this Sunday’s Crossmen Invitation Golf Tournament.
This week Gold launched a new website, GoldYouthArts.com.
Guardians have hired the corps’ first two full-time employees, corps director Johnathan Doerr and Isaac Lee.
The very first DCI DrumLine Battle was a demonstration between Jersey Surf and Crossmen at the 2013 DCI Southwestern Championship. Watch the video of that historic event here.
One of the most unique visual effects brought to the field this past summer was the Legends’ neon green hat lights. Here’s how the corps made it work.
Madison Scouts has put the finishing touches on its roster of 2017 percussion staff.
Pacific Crest introduced the go-to insurance website Obrella as the corps’ newest sponsor.
Phantom Regiment’s 60th anniversary season may be over, but there is still time to be part of the milestone celebration by donating to the organization’s #60for60 campaign.
Santa Clara Vanguard
This week Santa Clara Vanguard announced the corps’ caption managers who will lead the corps in 2017.
Seattle Cascades added two experienced staff members for 2017, a former Blue Devils member and a band director who had 25 percent of his high school’s student population in the band program.
Take a look back at the Troopers in the 2001 Presidential Inaugural Parade in this throwback video.