CHESTERTOWN, MD—As part of its 2016-2017 Premier Artists lineup, the Washington College Concert Series presents Electric Brigade, the U.S. Navy’s popular music group, on September 6 at 6:00 p.m. This free family-friendly program will take place outdoors in Martha Washington Square. Bring a blanket and come enjoy some great pop/rock music!
The Electric Brigade (EB), the Navy’s premier popular music group, has been entertaining audiences around the world since 1979. Acting as the United States Naval Academy’s musical ambassadors to the nation, EB serves as a major public relations tool for the Navy, supporting Navy recruiting by acquainting young Americans with the Armed Forces. With its unique brand of high-energy performance, this elite group has set the standard in popular music entertainment for United States Navy Bands all over the world.
Under the direction of Chief Musician Rory Cherry, EB’s repertoire has grown to include the most current and popular music, as well as rhythm and blues, dance, Motown, classic rock, modern rock, soul, hip-hop, swing, country, and disco. The group excels at reaching young adults, but appeals to all audiences.
At the Naval Academy, EB is called upon to entertain the Brigade of Midshipmen at a variety of functions, ranging from formal occasions, such as the Graduation Ball during Commissioning Week, to informal dances and pep rallies. In recent years, the group has traveled to the Houston Bowl and Emerald Bowl, performing at tailgate parties to support the Midshipmen and Navy football. Annually, the Electric Brigade plays a role in the week-long festivities leading up to the classic Army-Navy football game.
For questions about this concert or to learn more about out Premier Artist Subscription Series, call 410-778-7839, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or check out our website: washcoll.edu/concert.See you on September 6!
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