Chattanooga, TN United States
|1999||327||55.100||The History of Jazz - Africa * Batucka * Mandrill * Weekend in Monaco * When I Need You|
|2000||331||42.200||Legends of Sleep Hollow - Main Title (from Sleepy Hollow) * Sweet Dreams (from Sleepy Hollow) * The Chase (from Sleepy Hollow) * A New Day (from Sleepy Hollow) * The End (from Sleepy Hollow)|
|2001||311||74.400||Thank God for Kids! - ABC * Sesame Street * A Childhood Hymn * Linus and Lucy (from A Charlie Brown Christmas) * Thank God for Kids|
|2002||310||76.850||Saturday in the Park - Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? * Saturday in the Park * Colour My World * 25 or 6 to 4 * Anxiety's Moment * Make Me Smile * Beginnings * Call on Me * Caravan|
|2003||317||68.950||RHYTHMS - Behind The Lines * My Head Sounds Like That * Droned * Land of Confusion|
The corps was formed by London E. James, Derek Gray,and David Sharp, two corps veterans and a band director. They created the Chattanooga Drum and Bugle Corps Association to establish a base for operations as well as community support.
The organization performed a feasibility study that showed that within a two-hour radius of Chattanooga lay enough cities in enough states (Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina) to provide a solid source of corps members and support. The organization also wanted to make sure that all of the big-ticket items such as musical equipment, transportation, and uniforms could be purchased in the beginning before taking on the challenge of becoming a well recognized corps in the activity for the long haul.
Scenic City placed 11th in the 2001 DCI Division III Prelims, their best finish. They also received the Best Practice Award in the year 2000 for program development from the Dept. of Housing and Urban Development Secretary in Washington, D.C. In 2003, the 35-member corps finished 26th in DCI Division II/III Prelims.
The corps' uniforms are black and burgundy, with gold accents.
Scenic City did not compete in 2004.
[A History of Drum & Bugle Corps, 2002, inter alia]
Highest Score 55.100
Final show in DCX Archives August 11, 1999 DCI World Championships Division III Prelims Sun Prairie WI placed 27 with a score of 55.100
Highest Score 49.000
Final show in DCX Archives August 8, 2000 DCI World Championships Division III Prelims Westminster MD placed 31 with a score of 42.200
Highest Score 74.400
Final show in DCX Archives August 6, 2001 DCI Championships - Div III Prelims Buffalo NY placed 11 with a score of 74.400
Highest Score 76.850
Final show in DCX Archives August 5, 2002 World Championships - Division II & III Preliminaries Madison WI placed 10 with a score of 76.850
Highest Score 69.600
Final show in DCX Archives August 5, 2003 DCI Championships - Div II/III Prelims Orlando FL placed 17 with a score of 68.950
|Member Name||Section||Years Involved|
|Brewster, NaTasha||Color Guard||1998 to 2000|
|Crook, Brad||Front Ensemble||2003|
|Crook, Bradley||Front Ensemble||2003|
|Gilliam, Cody||Drum Major||1999 to 2000|
|LaVine, Brad||PIT FREAK||2001|
|Maier, Jason||Colorguard Caption Head/Staff||2002|
|McCarter, Amanda||Color Guard||2001|
|Ware, Kristan||Visual Caption Head (Staff)||2003|
|Westra, Casey||Transportation||1999 to 2005|
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