HBCU marching bands are a vital part of not only HBCU culture but of college culture in general. Using slick choreography, skills, and style-slamming on instruments, these bands have altered the landscape of music and have been integral in creating community and connection among Black people.
College bands, and particularly drumlines, draw people far and wide to witness the performances of some of the most talented young Black musicians in the country working together to create a masterpiece. With powerful percussion from the infamous drumlines to the style outfitted uniforms of the cheerleaders and dancers. College bands offer the world a unique flavor that instantly warms the heart and calms the soul.
Fans stay in their seats during Black college halftimes to witness the superb musicianship of the drumlines, drill formation, drum majors, and percussion announcing, and auxiliary (which includes dance team choreography, flag routines, dance uniforms, marching routines and swag).
BSCBN broadcasts the best of the best when it comes to HBCU marching bands, cheerleaders, step shows, and drumlines. We like a heavy groove that never lets up! Let the band play and we will be there to share it with our audience to give them a sliver of what HBCU schools have to offer.
Our broadcast networks are US based and can be found regionally. For a list of places to tune in, check this out. Of the 102 open colleges recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as HBCUs, all are located within nineteen states in the Mid Atlantic, Mid West, and Southern regions.
Our audience is in markets concentrated east of Dallas, but viewers can also be found in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Denver, Phoenix, and Minneapolis.