‘Frameworks’ earns Cavies another win

by Van Williams, DCW staff

2002 Cavaliers (Rosemont, IL)
Photo by Dan Scafidi

July 15, 2002 — Alton, IL . . . The heat wave that hit the Midwest broke a few days before the Alton Drum and Brass Review, so the weather was near perfect for the performances.

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2002 Magic of Orlando (Orlando, FL)
Photo by David Rice

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