by Scott Wolfe, DCW staff
Beginning in the fall, a lot of sound came from San Antonio, TX, with news of new (and some returning) staff members for the Crossmen. The new visual caption head is Terry Pritchard.
I was able to sit down and talk with Terry and get to know more about him, his background, his current drum corps activity and plans for the year.
Terry has a well-rounded background on his...
Michael Boo, DCI staff
Drum Corps International instructors, designers, judges and directors considered three rules proposals at DCI’s annual meeting in Indianapolis, January 21-22. With few proposals on the docket, it was a quick and tidy affair, in contrast to some gatherings in recent years.
The proposal to allow for vocal categories at the DCI Individual & Ensemble competition passed unanimously by the...
by Michael Boo
Just in case you were wondering what to get the corps fan who has everything, or better yet, what to get yourself right now in case you’ll be celebrating another birthday within the next 12 months, you have no further to look than “Drum Corps International: The First Decade — 1972-1981.”
The book is the latest in a line preserving our drum corps history by Steve Vickers and was produced...
by Steve Vickers, Drum Corps World publisher
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by Jim Claytor, DCW staff
This article originally appeared in the June 2010 issue of Drum Corps World.
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