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Eastside high school marching band plays its way to success

By on October 28th, 2011

Eastside High School Marching Band (photo courtesy of Eastside High School)

What was once a depleted musical machine has since turned into a thriving force. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Jordan Matich reports on the turbulent success of one area high school marching band.

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(News sources:  Eastside High School March Ram Band Senior and Tenor Sax player Jessie Smith Appelson, Senior drum major Peter De Wolf, Eastside Band Director John Hughes, Eastside High School alto sax player John Butler)


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