Overland Park, KS United States
|1970||(Repertoire not available)|
|1971||Theme from Patton * Jesus Christ Superstar * I Don't Know How to Love Him (from Jesus Christ Superstar)|
Since their founding by Dr. R.L. Donelson in 1960, the Trailblazers Drum & Bugle Corps has steadily grown in quality, stature and prestige. They were proclaimed the official Drum & Bugle Corps for Overland Park, Kansas in 1968 and placed 8th in the Mid American Open in 1970. The Trailblazers have performed for the Kansas City Spurs Soccer, the N.A.I.A. Basketball Tournament, and the World Champion Kansas City Chiefs.
Executive Director Ernest B. Carson, Jr.
Music Director Larry D. Carson
Corps Manager Ronald Poole
Drum Major Larry Jacobs
Color Guard Captains Debbie Hadsall
Under the sponsorship of Dwight Cowles American Legion Post 370, the Trailblazers have become one of the better corps in the Midwest, placing as high as 3rd in Kansas State Competition."
[From a publication article posted on the 1970's Drum Corps Facebook Group]
Highest Score 30.800
Final show in DCX Archives July 24, 1965 Kansas American Legion State Great Bend KS placed 6 with a score of 30.800
Highest Score 57.800
Final show in DCX Archives July 18, 1969 Salina KS placed 5 with a score of 57.800
Highest Score 49.150
Final show in DCX Archives August 8, 1970 Mid American Open Excelsior Springs MO placed 8 with a score of 49.150
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