Ohio State Marching Band Script Ohio at Buckeye Invitational Great Sound 10 12 2013 from C Deck. The Buckeye Invitational is an annual Band fund raising event. High school marching bands compete throughout the day, with larger marching bands ending the high school program. The Buckeye Invitational ends with a performance by The Ohio State University Marching Band, TBDBITL. The Band makes their traditional Ramp entry and marches to the south end of the stadium. Next, the Band played O' Danny Boy as a warm-up. From there, the Band performed their entire Country AND Western halftime show, last performed at the OSU Wisconsin game. The music includes "Better Dig Two'" "Ghost Riders in the Sky'" "Ring of Fire'", "Wagon Wheel'" "Dueling Banjos'" "The Magnificent Seven'", and a sing-along, "Happy Trails." The field formations included a remarkable bucking bull and rider, a spinning wagon wheel, and a steam locomotive moving across the field complete with spinning wheels and moving side rods (the rods that connect the drive wheels.) Big hats, two tombstones with Michigan and Wisconsin for monikers, a Ring of Fire, a Cactus and moon, and a rather large steer head, and other neat stuff, too. In addition, Ross Runyon on trumpet is one "Banjo" dueling a Sousa player, the other "Banjo" in "Dueling Banjos." A classic show. Because of minimal ambient crowd noise, the sound quality is much better than the recording made during the game. The Band then performs Script Ohio. After Script, high school competition awards are made. The Band plays Hang on Sloopy (not recorded) and marches up the Ramp into the stadium, ending the Buckeye Invitational.
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