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Drumline LIVE is a 39-member marching band ensemble made up of students from America’s top Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). Named after 20th Century Fox’s 2002 hit movie, Drumline, this collective performs energetic dance and music routines that recreate the spirit and excitement of college sporting event half-time shows. The group’s repertoire is made up of Motown classics, current R&B and hip-hop favorites and brass-powered jazz.

Drumline LIVE was created by Don P. Roberts, a longtime educator who served as the film’s executive band consultant.

“This is the rare show that can bring together the generation that relates to the Jackson Five or James Brown, with their kids or grandkids who listen to Top 40,” Roberts says. “It will also expose the world to one of the most electrifying, dynamic, sensational and best-kept secrets in the history of American music culture.”

“The cast of Drumline LIVE are from all across the U.S., representing many of America’s great HBCU marching bands,” Roberts says. “But the majority of them are from Florida. The talent-base in the state of Florida for HBCU musicians is phenomenal.”

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