The above 125th Anniversary Lithograph includes many notable alumni, including Don Knotts, Jerry West, and … ME (far right with drum). This also featured Hot Rod Hundley, Georgeann Wells, Woodburn Hall, The Mountaineer, Sam Huff, Neil Bucklew, Personal Rapid Transit, WVU Coliseum, Ed Etzel, and Kathy Mattea.
2017 Mountaineer Homecoming Victory Celebration
Below: singing “Country Roads” following a dramatic win over Texas Tech.
WVU Alumni Band Pregame, Turf View
Credit: Jerry Clark, marching to my right
Drumline Warmups on Law School Hill
Gettin’ the pregame groove on
WVU Armed Forces Tribute in honor of the 10th Anniversary of September 11, 2001
“No celebration of our freedom can be complete without a tribute to the brave men and women who have sacrificed so much to preserve and protect our country. The WVU Band presents our ‘Armed Forces Salute,’ which features a medley of the songs from all branches of our great military.”
Pregame Show including the Boogie Cadence, the 220, Fight Mountaineers/Mountain Dew, and Simple Gifts
The vantage point unfortunately does not allow for the full impact of the music and drill (pay no attention to the ESPN guys jockeying for a better view), and there is a little sound distortion but that’s YouTube. It’s the show I remember and love, and can play every snare riff of it in my sleep. Best viewed with sound cranked.
WVU Drumline Boogie Cadence
WVU Drumline Section Shirt Designs 1984 – 1987