Sept. 22, 2010
CLEMSON — The Clemson University Marching Band, “The Band That Shakes The Southland,” is asking Tiger fans to vote in CBS’s “Hawaii Five-0 Marching Band Mania” competition.
The winning college band receives a $25,000 donation for the school’s band program. Also at stake is a chance to have its winning video performance broadcast on CBS.
Tiger fans everywhere can help by casting their votes for the Clemson Marching Band at www.cbscollegesports.com beginning Monday, Sept. 20, through Monday, Oct. 4. The winning band will be announced during the Monday, Oct. 11, episode of “Hawaii Five-0.”
Bands from across the country have uploaded their video performances of the iconic “Hawaii Five-0” theme song. Nearly 50 college bands are competing, including bands from the University of Notre Dame, Miami University, the University of Maryland, the University of Oregon and the University of South Carolina.
“The Tiger nation is a tight family, and when we roar it’s loud,” said Mark Spede, Clemson’s director of bands. “We’re asking Tiger fans everywhere to vote online and let our roar be heard.”
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