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  • United States Air Force Band to attend The Midwest Clinic

    This year, members of the Concert Band and Ceremonial Brass will represent the U. S. Air Force Band at the 71st Midwest Band and Orchestra Conference on December 20-23 in Chicago, IL.Be on the lookout for the large, light blue and aluminum USAF Band booth at booth location #1531. Band members will be available answer questions regarding upcoming
  • Band of the Northeast Holiday Concert

    The Air National Guard band of the Northeast will perform a holiday concert on December 2, 2017 in the Upper Dauphin Middle School auditorium.  The concert is free and open to the public.  Please join us as we celebrate the holidays with a lively selection of holiday favorites.The concert begins at 7:30 PM and features holiday favorites performed
  • Max Impact Will Release New Original Song On Veterans Day

    The U.S. Air Force’s Premier Rock Band Max Impact will release their newest original song this Veterans Day. The six-piece ensemble has explored new roots since their latest hard rock single “Find You” and created an organic southern crossover combined with a compelling patriotic message. The inspiration behind the new song “This Flag” came quite
  • The Concert Band and Singers on Tour! What’s it like?

    The Concert Band and Singing Sergeants just wrapped up their fall 2017 concert tour, which started in Kansas City, MO and concluded in Indianapolis, IN. While on tour, the Concert Band and Singing Sergeanrs appeared on local television and radio stations, conducted clinics, masterclasses and panel discussions with music students, and performed for
  • The Airmen of Note Honor Veterans with Latest CD Release

    The Airmen of Note is set to release their latest studio album honoring on Veterans Day, Saturday, November 11th.Aptly titled “Veterans of Jazz,” the album features music by the men and women who served in the United States Armed Forces and went on to become jazz luminaries. Each song on the album was arranged by current and former members of the
  • High Altitude Celebrates Air Force 70th Birthday

    For the third consecutive year, High Altitude, the Band of the Northeast’s rock band, made the trek to Hurlburt Field, Florida to perform at the Air Force Special Operations Command Ball.The event celebrated the Air Force’s 70th Anniversary and the achievements of the Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC). SSgts. Amy Chicavich and Megan May
  • Life as a Singing Sergeant – “What do you actually do?”

    “What do you actually do?” As a member of the Singing Sergeants, the Official Chorus of the United States Air Force, I hear this question all the time. People are curious. They see us performing in public and wonder what we do with the rest of our time. The short answer is we honor those who have served, inspire Americans to patriotism and service,
  • USAF Band and Macy’s collaborate once again

    For the second time in as many years, the United States Air Force Band will collaborate with Macy’s and march in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The Band previously marched in the parade in 2012.Macy’s and the Air Force Band have been frequent partners of late, with the Band performing in 2015 and 2016 at the Macy’s Fourth of July spectacular,
  • Air Force Strings Tour Midwest

    The members of the Air Force Strings are looking forward to their upcoming fall tour. The tour will take place between November 13 and 16, and include performances in Evansville, IN, as well as the greater Louisville, KY area. In addition to traditional concerts, this special tour will feature events at local schools through the U. S. Air Force
  • Honoring Those Who Serve

    The first tenet of The United States Air Force Band’s Mission is “to honor those who have served.” We strive to accomplish this in every aspect of our daily work as we represent the sacrifices and achievements of the all active duty and retired Airman who have served our country honorably. No other holiday underscores this part of the Band’s