The Wayne High School marching band, the pride of Huber Heights, the band that dares to be different. in 1994 it was a massive 260+ member non-competitive show band that performed a completely different show for every home game (usually without enough time to really prepare), that just wanted to entertain the crowd and have a good time. This is a VHS recording from a Friday night home game on September 9th, 1994. This was the Movie Themes show; it was performed for the very first home game that year and included songs from The Magnificent Seven, Pretty Woman (with dance, drum break, and the band playing on its knees), The Flintstones (with the return of the giant star formation to Heidkamp stadium), and Goldfinger.\r\r---Steve Lodge (AKA Paul) shot this video. THANKS STEVE! :)\r\rMore than a dozen 1993 Wayne High School Marching Band videos are currently on YouTube. Search for Wayne High 1993 to locate some of them and click the name/link of the uploader Jenna May or the black square 1990s icon to see the full list (includes video shot in the Fall of 1993, 1994, and 1995).\rSep 9 1994 march out to the stadium: \rSep 30 1994 halftime Classic Rock show at Kettering: \rOct 7 1994 Homecoming March Out and Tunnel \r\rHere is a little additional context for the time period of this video: \rThis was the first year Wayne High School was a four year high school in many years and it was the year the band exploded to record massive size with the addition of a freshman class (it was probably the largest the band has ever been [somewhere between 260 and 280 members depending on your source]). This was after the start of pay to play and marching band members were already quite accustomed to paying a participation fee. Leapley, Pryor (the announcer voice and Im sorry - I think Im butchering the spelling), and Lowery were running the show this year for their last year together. This was two years after field commanders Jamie and Joel invented the infamous drum break The Dog and it was performed for the last time at the Senior show at the end of this season. This was the first year the flags were absorbed into the Warriorettes. This performance also clearly predates the current football field (no giant W, no red endzones, and no even surface). When it came to that often muddy field, in the immortal words of Dana Carveys Grumpy Old Man (on Saturday Night Live during that time period), thats the way it was and we liked it! This was the football stadium in its first year with a fancy big new scoreboard and just one year away from getting the excellent (no potholes at all) spongy track. This was the academic year the track team won the Division I state title and the football team had that heart-stopping game at Centervilles homecoming and had a post season where they came in 9th. This was the year Alumni Hall debuted with all its arches and the new administrative offices (the first new school building in quite some time - back when Wayne was a bunch of different small buildings). And now Alumni Hall and all those separate buildings have been replaced with one big school and all the kids in this video are in their thirties.