From The Herald Sun, "For the past year, Carroll and filmmaker Gerard Farrow of The Farrow Agency @Impression House, both based in Washington, have been documenting the work that goes into the annual battle, as well as the culture surrounding predominately black marching bands. The result, a documentary called “A Cadence Unheard,” will debut Oct. 9 at 6pm on FOX 50."
The video looks at lives and conditions behind the famed "Battle of the Bands."
TICKETS are still available for the The 9th Annual Adrian Carroll Official HBCU & High School Battle of the Bands on Sunday 10/16, 2011 @ 4 PM at NCCU - O' Kelly Riddick Stadium - Durham , NC The event supports Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Partial proceeds from ticket sales will help "The Cure." Show your Support!
Bands performing include: North Carolina Central University, Howard University, and Winston-Salem State University Marching Band. This year will again showcase the long time rivalry, for bragging rights, between Hillside High and Southern Durham High School Marching Band.
Additional high school bands featured will be South Gwinnett High School and Shiloh High from GA, Highland Springs from VA, Phillip O. Berry Academy, N.W. Halifax, Warren County High School, Dillon High School, Keenan High, C.E. Murray High School Marching Band and a host of others from DC and MD. Thurgood Marshall College Fund will provide over $15,000 in scholarship money to participating bands.
Herald Sun article.