by Steve Vickers, DCW Publisher
One of the most intriguing drum and bugle corps to come along in a very long time is the San Francisco Renegades. The organization kind of snowballed from an idea to reality in a relatively short time and, over the past few years, has become a very competitive corps in DCA senior competition.
Lee Rudnicki has been an integral part of the corps’ growth and he brought some very unique marketing ideas in the groups’...
Publisher’s note: This article originally appeared in the November 2005 edition of Drum Corps World, mailed to subscribers on October 20.
Alumni, members, staff, administration and fans gathered in Bayonne,NJ, to find out where the new Bridgemen Alumni Corps is heading in the new year. There were plenty of people wearing Bridgemen gear, plus there were yellow bowling shirts and black pants (the mini-corps uniform) passing through the room.
Members chatted with friends and family before heading outside to warm up....
The Drum Corps World office will be closed between Saturday, December 17, and Tuesday, December 27.
Orders that are placed through our on-line Web store and those received through regular mail will be filled on Wednesday, December 28.
Steve Vickers, will check for voicemail messages daily and will return them as soon as possible.
Have a everyone a wonderful holiday...
by Harry Heidelmark, DCW staff
Following the decision by DCI’s Board of Directors on September 23, terminating the membership of the Troopers Drum and Bugle Corps, Mike Ottoes was named interim director of the organization. Since then, he has spent a considerable amount of time determining the best direction for the corps and solutions to the issues taking Troopers off the competitive field, temporarily.
I sincerely appreciate Mr. Ottoes taking his valuable time to take part...
by Ken Mason, DCW staff
Just in time for Christmas shopping, “The Beat Goes On” is happy to announce the addition of 12 more CDs to our series of historic drum corps recordings from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.
Several exciting treats are in store for drum corps enthusiasts in this latest batch.
We lead off with the oldest surviving master tapes in all of drum corps. Stetson D. Richmond’s drum corps recording career began in 1950, when he brought his tape...