And I’m not talkin’ fried chicken, y’all. 😉 Fall weather is here (at least for awhile) and high school football season has started. My brother was a band nerd. I was the athlete in the family. He played French horn and the halftime shows were awesome–the Demon Band always got superior ratings and rankings at contest. By the time Only hit high school, drum lines had become a thing and the original “Drumline:” movie came out. I’ll admit it, I’m a sucker for pipes and drums but a “show band” competition and a drum line duel? It can be magic. Grab your drink of choice and a snack then settle back to enjoy 15 minutes of awesomeness from the finale of “Drumline, A New Beat.” (Which is the sequel to the original.) Have a marching weekend! LOL
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I watched the first Drumline. It was pretty cool. I was a band nerd, too, and I was friends with the drummers. But we never had the drumline like they have in those movies. Just three dudes who could rock it out.
I think the “fancy” drumlines didn’t really come into existence until the mid-90s. The original movie came out in 2002 so it was obviously becoming a thing by then. I know they weren’t in my HS/college days but then I AM older than dirt. LOLOL