Post by madisonbandman1 on Feb 20, 2019 20:50:38 GMT -6
Anything Bloo 2019 goes here...
BTW, I noticed that Bloo is allowing a lot of videos from their camps to stay up this year. I find that intriguing. I can't wait to see what they put out this year. Time to scourge the internet for more DCI stuff.
James Madison H.S Class of 2020
2016 - EnLIGHTened
2017 - Nocturnal Creature
2018 - The Ascent
2019 - Under Construction
I love weather and music. Hot and steamy summers combined with marching rehearsal = heaven!
Post by yayband914 on Jun 20, 2019 15:44:26 GMT -6
The Bluecoats' 2019 production is eponymously titled "The Bluecoats"!
From the cacophony of the 1960s rose the one band to rule them all - The Beatles. The famous foursome not only shaped music history, but also informed the rapidly changing cultural landscape around them as the band evolved from their teeny-bopper roots to the revolutionary social awareness, psychedelia, and musical experimentation of their later work. Throughout their meteoric rise - from working class Liverpool and honing their craft in Hamburg, to Beatlemania, the Ed Sullivan show, and rocking Shea Stadium - The Beatles contributed not just soul-stirring medleys and unforgettable lyrics to the world of music, but hairstyles, fashion, and cultural consciousness across the universe.
It is in that spirit of collaboration and innovation that we present our 2019 program, “The BLUECOATS”. From “I Want to Hold Your Hand” to Abbey Road, we use 21st century technology, unavailable when the music was created, to harness the breadth and depth of the Beatles’ catalog and explore our own evolution - on stage and live in concert. “The White Album”, the band’s eponymous 1968 release, was packaged as a double LP. The extended format, minimalistic presentations, and utilization of modern recording technology allowed the Beatles to simply be themselves, free from the constraints of the past.
With their relentless commitment to transformation, the mind, body, heart, and soul of John, Paul, George and Ringo changed the world of music forever. At the same time, they helped move the world of the 1960s from black and white to brilliant color, influencing fashion, social norms, and the zeitgeist at large. Above all, “The BLUECOATS” is a concert celebrating the forward-thinking spirit of love, collaboration, innovation, and inclusion that The Beatles embodied. It is also a celebration of our own heritage - from blue, to white, to blue again; and, with a little help from our friends, from working class Canton to the concert stage.
1. A DAY IN THE LIFE 2. I WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND 3. ELEANOR RIGBY 4. WITHIN YOU WITHOUT YOU 5. BLACKBIRD 6. COME TOGETHER 7. I WANT YOU (SHE’S SO HEAVY) 8. THE END
Last Edit: Jun 20, 2019 15:46:02 GMT -6 by yayband914
Humble calendar stalker.
The BOA enrollment lists that I help to make are unofficial, and while I strive to be as accurate as I can with the information that I have and am given, anything “confirmed” should be taken with a grain of salt until official lists are released by Music for All.