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Clash of the Corps

Clash of the Corps is American Music TV series. It first aired on Oct 05, 2016, on FUSE TV. The series has 7.2 * rating by IMDb.

Seasons

How Many Seasons Are There Of Clash of the Corps: 1 (8 episodes)

Season 2

FUSE TV

Season 1

Season premieres on October 5, 2016

Finale: November 16, 2016

FUSE TV, 8 episodes

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Clash of the Corps Time Tonight

Clash of the Corps is on FUSE TV (United States) Wednesdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S1E8 (Take It. Own It. ROCK IT!) - Air Date: Nov 16, 2016 (3 years ago)

News & Interviews

Who are Allentown's Cadets? Drum Corps International group was featured on "Clash of the Corps" - Allentown Morning Call - according to Mcall

- Members of the Cadets travel the country on buses, sleep on gym floors and practice their shows for hours each day. Competitions are held in stadiums across North America — including here in the Lehigh Valley — and culminate in championships in late summer.

Clip: Milwaukee musician stars in Fuse's 'Clash of the Corps' - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - according to Jsonline

"I want to affect some kid somewhere the same way that I got affected, where they kind of find this world and realize that they thrive in it, and change the course of their life," Sampson-Davis says in the below promo, premiering with the Journal Sentinel.

'Clash of the Corps' Aim for Even Higher Goals After Drum Corps - fuse.tv - via Fuse

We asked a few of them what their plans are after drum corps in this web-exclusive video. And while many want to continue with music and arts, a few others see themselves in a different limelight. Victor Genin, for example, has a passion for building and design. "I want to become a civil engineer, so right now I'm getting engineering in science associates. I don't know anything about music at all," the Cadet color guard chuckles.

Meet the Cast of Our New Series 'Clash of the Corps' Now! - fuse.tv - via Fuse

Brandon is a snare drummer with the Blue Devils Drum and Bugle Corps. Majoring in Drumset Performance at Berklee College of Music, Brandon grew up in Tucson, Arizona with the support of his piano-playing mom and guitar-playing dad who encouraged his musical endeavors. A series of DCI (Drum Corps International) YouTube videos, many featuring the Blue Devils drumline, inspired him to get involved with the organization. A drumming prodigy, Brandon got his first pair of sticks at 10. He caught the attention of the Blue Devils instructors at 11, when he performed in his first drumline at a Blue Devils camp. Five years later, he became the youngest snare drummer in the Blue Devils at age 16. When he’s not drumming, Brandon enjoys politics, reading, writing, and buying clothes.

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