William and Mary Pep Band

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The College of William and Mary's Marching Band was disbanded in the fall of 1995 and the following year the Department of Music started a student pep band. In 1999, the William and Mary Pep Band emerged as a completely student-run organization. The Pep Band currently performs at all home football games, men's basketball games, and select women's basketball games. The Pep Band also performs at select baseball games and soccer matches.

Contents

Material in the Special Collections Research Center

References

  • SCRC File.

External Links

  • Digital companions for the SCRC exhibit "Ringing Far and Near: Student Music and Song" were created including one featuring the Pep Band. It is available on YouTube, Flickr, and iTunesU].
  • Pep Band Official Website, accessed 1 December 2009.

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