Top high school bands in Southeast set to compete
by MDJ staff
12:25 AM, Tuesday, September 16
Outstanding high school marching bands from throughout Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi, South Carolina, Alabama and Louisiana will compete in the Music for All’s Bands of America Regional Championship at Powder Springs at McEachern High School’s W...

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