Local band mates to play on national TV at U.S. Army All-American Bowl

Two members of the Miamisburg High School Marching Band are among four Ohioans picked for to the 2018 U.S. Army All-American Marching Band, a nationally televised event.

Will Kendall and Trey Singleton will travel to San Antonio in January to take part in the festivities at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, which touts itself as “the premier high school football game in the nation” that “features the nation’s top high school senior football players and marching musicians.”

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Singleton plays keyboards and percussion and will be performing on the synthesizer during the Jan. 6 event. Kendall performs on the baritone.

Kendall and Singleton will join Cordelia Hoffmann of Brunswick High School and Ethan Laib of Perrysburg High School as the only Ohioans in the 125-member band. It is set to perform at halftime of the game, which will be telecast on NBC.

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Miamisburg High School Band Director Steve Aylward was also selected to be a part of the Director’s Academy and will be flown down to San Antonio to participate in clinics, and attend rehearsals and the bowl game.



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