D-R Marching band opens for The Who

L. Bird pkeets at hotmail.com
Fri May 21 09:51:52 CDT 2004

Heheh.  Here's their website and email address if anyone would like to write 
a fan letter.  :):)


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DrummerGirl4000 at aol.com

>I saw a good portion of this Tommy by the marching band...it was
>pretty cool.  Overture, Amazing Journey/Spark and Pinball were all
>very good....I headed back to the Magic RV Bus after PW.  AJ was
>pretty cool..they had split the band into two halves and the sound
>bounced from one half of the band to the other. Hard to explain but
>the effect and the musicianship were very entertaining....no smashed
>instruments that I could see ;)

> > D-R band opens for the Who
> > > MANSFIELD -- The Who won't be the only band to rock
> > the Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts tonight,
> > when the local music venue opens for its 2004 season.
> > > About 105 members of the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional
> > High School Marching Band also will be there,
> > performing Who classics for the fans of the legendary
> > British rock band, family, friends, and the general
> > public.
> > > `` We hope we go over there and entertain a lot of
> > people,'' said Doug Kelley, the band's director. ``
> > The kids are really excited.''
> > > The band is scheduled to perform selections from The
> > Who's groundbreaking 1969 rock opera `` Tommy'' from
> > 5:45 to 6:45 p.m. today at the front of the venue's
> > amphitheater.

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