Marching-related videos are all over YouTube. That's great news for marching fans, since it's now easier than ever to view clips of bands, guards, drumlines and events. Here are a few videos that Marching.com has featured in conjunction with news stories.
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College marching bands wow football crowds Hot dog vendors aren't as busy at halftime anymore because crowds don't want to miss the awesome marching band shows! National media including
CNN have shown videos that went viral, such as the University of Hawaii's football kicker and Ohio State's video game tribute.
This clip shows the University of Tennessee performing its classic circle drill.
DCI corps take center stage in Live for Music video International singer-songwriter Shaun Canon has given the marching activity a boost by including several top drum and bugle corps prominently in his latest music video. Canon was a member of his
high school marching band and was seen on American Idol Season 7. Read more about Shaun Canon's "Live For Music" video and see it now below.
Follow Zydeco's "yellow brick road" to WGI With the 2012 WGI Color Guard World Championships just days away, Zydeco Colorguard
(Dayton, Ohio) provides a behind-the-scenes look at its program titled "Remember The Tinman." Filled with images of Oz, the story line explores the unspoken love story between Dorothy and the Tinman.
WGI DrumCam delivers unique sights (and sounds) Get a unique perspective on the WGI Percussion Regional held March 3-4 in Dayton, Ohio. This "drumcam" clip features North Allegheny, Lebanon, Notre Dame, Three Rivers, East Central and RhythmX.
Visit WGI.org for schedules of all the March regional events leading up to the WGI Percussion World Championships in April.
BOA Honor Band forming for 2013 Rose Parade Tournament of Roses Parade officials attended this year's Bands of America
Grand National Championships to officially invite the BOA Honor Band to march in the 2013 Rose Parade. The band will comprise 300 members representing all 50 U.S. states.
High school students interested to perform with the band can download the BOA Honor Band application. The deadline to apply is February 10, 2012.