TSU, JSU bands to participate in event leading to Biden inauguration

Tennessee State University’s Aristocrat of Bands and Jackson State University’s Sonic Boom of the South Marching Band will be featured in a virtual event leading up to the presidential inauguration on Wednesday.
Both bands will play in the “We Are One” virtual event on Tuesday, celebrating the diversity of America.
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Vice President-elect Kamala Harris is slated to speak during the event.
The Sonic Boom has already recorded its performance, school leaders said it’s important to them that their students have a place in history.
“Our seniors were robbed of the senior experiences that they would typically have so I wanted to provide some type of experience for our students so they could look back even during the covid 19 pandemic and say I was a part of something major,” said Dr. Roderick Little, Director of Bands at JSU.
“We Are One” will stream live on Tuesday from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm central at bideninagural.org.

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