Welcome to the webpage
of the Stevens High School Marching Band,
the fastest growing
band in the Connecticut River Valley. On behalf of the band,
we invite you to browse
our site and see just what it is that makes this band so darn cool.
So kick back, relax,
and prepare yourself to witness musical history in the making.
THE E. L. TUNKEL BAND AWARD!!
this week's winner, Matt Cross!
After a long period of sitting here waiting,
the current roster is finally in! You can view the roster and tell
me if I made any mistakes here.
John Fahey really did all the work - I just transfered it to html.
So let's all dish him out a big fat set of Mad Props.
The SHS Band Page has a big ol' link on
the Marching Bands on the Web page, a compilation of every high school
marching band on the web. You can visit the site here.
For those of you who are still in the dark,
the field show for 1998 will be a Beatles show,
despite the fact that one of the numbers is "MacArthur Park", by Jimmy
Webb. But that's okay, 'cause the song is so darn cool. Anyway,
new stands tunes have been added to the usual repertoire, including the
1997 pop hit "Tubthumping", by British One-Hit Wonders Chumbawamba.
It has recently been announced that the
Stevens High School Marching Band is one of THREE high school bands in
New Hampshire who are progressive enough to be on the Internet. The
others are Keene and Dover.. Let's hear it for SHS, DHS and KHS!
(and who says we don't deserve our accreditation...)
UNH Band Day has now been moved to Saturday,
November 14. This is not a rumor, it is a fact - November 14.
This page is maintained by Erik
Evensen. If anything on this page is screwed up, it's his fault.
Blame him, he's an easy target.
Any questions, comments, complaints, suggestions, or stories
should be sent to him here.
Erik is not affiliated with Stevens High School or the
SHS Band anymore -- his four year
sentence ended in 1997, thankfully.
This page is hosted by the Omega
Apocalyptic Group. It is a subsidiary of the Unofficial
Webpage, created and maintained by Mike Cross. Mike is also an
alumnus of SHS, and
currently attends the University
of New Hampshire. The Unofficial SHS Page recently was listed
as a Site of the Week on New
Hampshire Dot Com.