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Furman University Paladin Regiment Marching Band

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Furman University Paladin Regiment Marching Band

Paladin Regiment
School Furman University
Location Greenville, South Carolina, USA
Conference Southern Conference
Founded 1920
Director Jay Bocook[1]
Members 120+
Uniform Purple jackets with black pants, black shako with white feather plume.

The Paladin Regiment is the marching band of Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. The band performs at all Paladin home football games and usually travels to one away game each year.

The band has performed before audiences at professional football games and Disney World shows. The band has also performed at numerous regional exhibitions, including state marching championships. The Paladin Regiment is composed of woodwinds, brass, percussion, color guard, twirlers, and a dance troupe.


External links

Paladin Regiment - Band website

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