The West Blocton High School Fighting Tiger Band is living up to its name both on the field and within the community. Under the direction of Andrew Cox the Fighting Tiger Band is made up of 55 students as it performs a halftime show this season called "Welcome to the Jungle. The band plays a wide range of genre, but that is not a problem since it has talent to pull off such a challenging endeavor.
Officials with the Alabama High School Athletic Association met Tuesday and have rescinded all sanctions against the Tuscaloosa County High School football team after saying the Amateur Rule was broken when some student-athletes were given gift cards to a food establishment.
There’s something unique about the halftime performance of the Mountain Brook High School Mighty Marching Spartans. The band uses theatrics and a solo vocal along with plenty of talent to excite the crowd with its show. James Rogers is in his first year as the band director at Mountain Brook High. there are 98 members that’ll perform “Go Easy on the Keys” this Fall on the gridiron.
The Brookwood High School Crimson Star Band is performing a medley of songs featuring music from the movie "Pirates of the Caribbean." The band is made up of 82 students and is directed by Rick Ardovino. The "Men Tell No Tales" halftime show is fast paced and members of the band talk about how this performance challenges them like never before.
The Hewitt-Trussville High School Marching Husky Band is made up of 254 members and is under the direction of brand new band director Mark Knauss. This years halftime show at football games is called "Home is Where the Heart is." Knauss and members of the band talk about how they work and come together to make an incredible sound for the entire football community to hear.