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I saw that and it was great. On the drive home tonight was rockin' some Rush.......
 

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Very cool. While their music might not be a easy transition, I'll take a marching band over those Super Bowl half time shows any day. (y)
 

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I'm a die hard Michigan Wolverine, but that Ohio State marching band is outstanding. My brother went to both Michigan and Ohio State and marched in both of their bands and he says that Ohio State by far has one of the most creative marching programs around!
 

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Since I live right near and work on Texas A&M University, I have to confess to being a "Fightin' Texas Aggie Band" fan. I like the traditional marching band formations. I am not really into the sweepy, turny, dancy marching band genre.

Having said that, though... I have to change my opinion! After watching the Ohio State Marching Band... I was blown away! They are as impressive to me, as the Fightin' Texas Aggies! I had to watch that video several times! And paying tribute to Rush... I mean... Wow, just Wow!

To give you an example of the Fightin' Texas Aggie Band, watch here:

Fightin' Texas Aggie Band
 
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Amazing and touching tribute to Rush, especially the motorcycle formation as a nod to Neil Peart's love of riding. Thanks for sharing.
 

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Cool video for sure.
While never was a Rush "fan", I never didn't not like them either. To this day, Rush and Eagles are bands I will not change the station when on the radio.
Was and still am a metal / hard rock guy. Drummer since 1987. So of course, was amazed by Neil and his talent.
Our little band was almost "famous" and we opened for Enuff Z Nuff, Faster Pussycat and Dokken for shows in 88 and 89. But that was long ago and far away.
 

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Better than 100,000 people chanting let’s go Brandon. Director: we’re going to do yyz. Drum line: yawn……….NOT
 
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