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DRUMLine Live

There are many long-running traditions that hale from historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) scattered across the South, but perhaps the most entertaining is the “show-style” marching band.

Brought to the big screen in the 2002 movie Drumline starring Nick Cannon, this unique flair of marching bands is not what you typically see when watching parades or football halftime shows. No, DRUMline Live (based on the film) features a marching band that dares to get down and funky by highlighting its soul, rock and gospel influences. Mixing step moves and mash-up song bravura, this unique stage show brings the highly competitive Southern tradition to the stage.

And although it’s named after the strong backbeat of the band, the musical performance also showcases a complete horn section and a number of gyrating auxiliary girls, to boot. DRUMline is specifically designed to challenge everything you’ve grown to expect from a marching band—just don’t be surprised to find yourself stomping and clapping along from your seat. (Jacob Stringer)

Date: Jan 15, 2013
Time: 7:30 pm
Address: 43 South Main Street, Logan, 84321
Where: Cache Valley Center for the Arts