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I’ve been trying to locate a list of all the Band Captains and Drum Majors and so far, have failed to locate a full list. Bill McKibbin was kind enough to send me a pretty extensive list, but it’s not complete.
At the link immediately below is a Google Sheets spreadsheet with places for the names by year.
Add Information to the Band Captain/Drum Major List
Since y’all are clever gentlemen, if you would at your convenience enter the data you know into the spreadsheet we can compile this list pretty quickly. Please enter the first and last name of the person in the appropriate spot.
I figure that in a few weeks, we’ll have it all. I’ll add the information that Bill McKibbin provided when I have the opportunity, but it’s liable to take me a bit as I have some travel this weekend.
Thanks in advance!
74 & 76 JC
One thing I really enjoy when doing these is seeing the names and autographs of the musicians on the record. I heard a lot of these names spoken in reverence when I was a plebe. After hearing a number of these records and seeing the familiar names, I now know why. These are tremendous musicians. Make sure and check out the back jackets on this and all the record albums that have ’em. Once again, many thanks to Bruce Daggett, ’67 & ’69 JC, for providing the digital files and artwork for the 1970 Dance Band album “Quiet Country.” Join … Get your chin in and keep reading…
Once again, many thanks to Bruce Daggett, ’67 & ’69 JC, for providing the digital files and artwork for the 1969 Dance Band album “Dutch Treat.” This one appears to have been recorded live at someplace called “The Garden Spot.” Could some of you fine Bandsmen — and the other Bandsmen, too — fill me in on this place? Never heard of it during my time there. Join me in thanking Bruce again today by commenting below. I’m going to try to clean out the rest of the rather substantial backlog over the next few weeks. Stay tuned! Enjoy! Dan … Get your chin in and keep reading…