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2015 in review

The WordPress.com prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,200 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 20 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

Choppin It Up with Johnny Goodlow Jr.

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Introducing Johnny Goodlow Jr. Johnny is an educational administrator, researcher and music producer living in the midwest. Johnny grew up watching bands in one of the major football classics, and dreamed of marching in college, only later to become a major leader back home in his community. Tonight we meet Johnny to find out where he is from what attracted him to band and what he is doing in his community today

Listen to the show here: http://bit.ly/1LYOz5o

Choppin It Up with Damien Emilien

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Introducing Damien Emilien. Damien is a student at Iowa State University but previously marched in one of our major HBCU programs. Damien is a very talented musician that enjoys to perform for people and shares a common bond with our host. Tonight we met Damien to see where he is from, his experiences marching and what he is currently doing in Ames.

Listen to the episode here: http://bit.ly/1J61pN6

Choppin It Up with Casey Nesbit

 

Introducing Casey Nesbit. Casey is mechanical engineer for the Metropolitan Water Reclaimation District of Greater Chicago. Casey earned a dual degree from two HBCU’s similar to Jason Fullman a previous guest on the network. The dual engineering degree is a very exciting opportunity that allows students to attend two schools and has produced many productive citizens. Tonight we find out where Casey is from, where she decided to go to school, her experiences at two schools and about her marching experience.

 

Listen to the episode here: http://tobtr.com/7738995

New Choppin It Up Logo!

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One thing that is important to us here at The Marching Podcast Network is supporting businesses we believe in. One of our ‘Chopping It Up’ guests and friend John Pickens, is the owner and founder of Simply Dope Creative. We hired him to create a logo for the ‘Choppin It Up’ series!

We are pleased with the final product and we are excited to release this logo to the world here on our blog.

 

 

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Check out our interview with John here:

Visit Simply Dope Creative here:

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Thanks to John and Simply Dope Creative for their hard work!!

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Choppin It Up with Charles ‘Jeff’ Beard

Introducing Charles Beard. Charles is the First Vice President, Consumer Advocacy Operations Risk Senior Project Manager for Suntrust Banks and also the cousin of our host. Charles or ‘Jeff’ as his family calls him, is a proud HBCU graduate that marched in the band during a time when marching bands on television were at its peak on BET. That exposure made lots of us attend these schools, so talking with someone that marched in that time is valuable. Charles has gone on to do great things from his time in college and we are honored for his time in this podcast.

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Listen to the episode here: http://bit.ly/1m5t3L0

The Marching Podcast YouTube Channel now available!

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We are proud to announce The Marching Podcast YouTube Channel!! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel to easily access and watch our episodes as they become available. You can subscribe by selecting the Subscribe button under the banner on our YouTube Channel page: Marching Podcast Channel.

2014 Directors Series on The 90 Degree Show

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We would like to introduce a new Director Series Podcast to broadcast in the Spring of 2014 on The 90 Degree Show. The fans of the show have spoken, and they are saying that there needs to be more discussion about bands outside of just marching season. The other parts of the year are intricate to what we see in the fall and vice versa. To lead this discussion, we introduce Dr. Kevin O. Davenport Ed.S. & Ed.D.

Dr. Kevin O. Davenport Ed.S. & Ed.D has spent 22 years in music education. He has taught all levels of band from elementary school to college, including 10 years as Director of Bands at IC Norcom High School in Portsmouth, VA – his Alma mater.  While there, he built the marching band program from thirty-two members to two hundred in a school that had only six hundred students.
He has also served as Associate Director of Bands at Tennessee State University in Nashville, TN where he was professor of Music Education for undergraduate and graduate courses. Dr. Davenport also has a website that you can view here.
The new Director Series podcast will be in four parts:

 

We would like to thank Block Band Music for the vision and lead in sponsoring this podcast. Their presence gives us the validity of music education, which is crucial to this field. We hope to target and gain more directors as fans of the network and hope they can use this to connect with students across the globe.