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DCI releases historic DVD collection

by Kelly Bitter, DCW assistant editor
editor@drumcorpsworld.com

The Drum Corps International DVD series “The Legacy Collection: Masterful Performances of the SUMMER MUSIC GAMES” will hit the shelves this July, allowing fans to view 26 years of drum corps history in a new format.

The DVDs will have several options for viewers, including score recaps for 1974 to 1999, a “perspective” clip recapping world events and drum corps events of the year, feature segments from the year’s television broadcast and...

June 03, 2002

Colts debut 2002 Revelations program in Dubuque

by Missy Idso, DCW Staff

After returning to the top 12 in 2001, the Colts Drum and Bugle Corps have unleashed a new set of visual staff...

May 28, 2002

DCI changes championship broadcast format to reach out to new fans

by Chris Hollenback, DCW Editor
chrishollenback@hotmail.com

In an effort to...

May 25, 2002

Blue Devils, Vanguard perform free exhibition concert

by Jeff DeMello, special to DCW

Photo by David Rice

The Santa...

May 25, 2002

Three California corps debut at Renegades’ symposium

by Lesa Barker, special to DCW

May 11, 2002 — Cupertino, CA . . . There are certain things in life we can all count on — the rising sun, paying taxes, inflation and the fact that the San Francisco Renegades will have to choose a larger venue for “LOUD Music Symposium4.”

Held on a beautiful, balmy evening in Cupertino, CA, the “LOUD Music Symposium3″ concert did not disappoint onlookers. Playing to a capacity crowd, the evening started off loud with a rock and roll band, MOODFRYE. They set the tone for...

May 11, 2002

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