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Upson Lee High School Marching Knights ‘Break Out’

First Posted: 5:57 am - November 6th, 2015

Drum Major Malik Blasingame leads the Marching Knights through ‘Break Out,’ a halftime program centered around the story of a prison breakout.
The color guard, dressed in orange ‘prisoner’ jumpsuits, ‘break out’ from the prison.
The color guard with their flags move inbetween the band members during the performance.
Besides the drum line on the field, the Marching Knights utilize a full set of drums, plus marimbas.
The brass section performs during a mix of Michael Jackson’s ‘Sweet Criminal’ and ‘Bad.’
In the foreground, band members play a marimba, bass guitar and keyboard, while the color guard tosses their flags in the air and the band plays behind them. To the left in the foreground is the giant ‘diamond’ that will be used to trap the escaped prisoners.
The Marching Knights sway along to the song.
Members of the color guard look defiant as they escape, while the band members hold up their hands to say “Stop.”
As most of the color guard looks on, a center section tosses their ‘rifles’ in the air during a portion of their routine.
Members of the Marching Knights drum line can be seen behind other band members playing flutes during the show.
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Drum Major Malik Blasingame leads the Marching Knights through ‘Break Out,’ a halftime program centered around the story of a prison breakout.

The color guard, dressed in orange ‘prisoner’ jumpsuits, ‘break out’ from the prison.

The color guard with their flags move inbetween the band members during the performance.

Besides the drum line on the field, the Marching Knights utilize a full set of drums, plus marimbas.

The brass section performs during a mix of Michael Jackson’s ‘Sweet Criminal’ and ‘Bad.’

In the foreground, band members play a marimba, bass guitar and keyboard, while the color guard tosses their flags in the air and the band plays behind them. To the left in the foreground is the giant ‘diamond’ that will be used to trap the escaped prisoners.

The Marching Knights sway along to the song.

Members of the color guard look defiant as they escape, while the band members hold up their hands to say “Stop.”

As most of the color guard looks on, a center section tosses their ‘rifles’ in the air during a portion of their routine.

Members of the Marching Knights drum line can be seen behind other band members playing flutes during the show.

Drum Major Malik Blasingame leads the Marching Knights through ‘Break Out,’ a halftime program centered around the story of a prison breakout.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_B1.jpgDrum Major Malik Blasingame leads the Marching Knights through ‘Break Out,’ a halftime program centered around the story of a prison breakout.

The color guard, dressed in orange ‘prisoner’ jumpsuits, ‘break out’ from the prison.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_B2.jpgThe color guard, dressed in orange ‘prisoner’ jumpsuits, ‘break out’ from the prison.

The color guard with their flags move inbetween the band members during the performance.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_B3.jpgThe color guard with their flags move inbetween the band members during the performance.

Besides the drum line on the field, the Marching Knights utilize a full set of drums, plus marimbas.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_B4.jpgBesides the drum line on the field, the Marching Knights utilize a full set of drums, plus marimbas.

The brass section performs during a mix of Michael Jackson’s ‘Sweet Criminal’ and ‘Bad.’
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_B5.jpgThe brass section performs during a mix of Michael Jackson’s ‘Sweet Criminal’ and ‘Bad.’

In the foreground, band members play a marimba, bass guitar and keyboard, while the color guard tosses their flags in the air and the band plays behind them. To the left in the foreground is the giant ‘diamond’ that will be used to trap the escaped prisoners.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_B6.jpgIn the foreground, band members play a marimba, bass guitar and keyboard, while the color guard tosses their flags in the air and the band plays behind them. To the left in the foreground is the giant ‘diamond’ that will be used to trap the escaped prisoners.

The Marching Knights sway along to the song.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_B7.jpgThe Marching Knights sway along to the song.

Members of the color guard look defiant as they escape, while the band members hold up their hands to say “Stop.”
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_B8.jpgMembers of the color guard look defiant as they escape, while the band members hold up their hands to say “Stop.”

As most of the color guard looks on, a center section tosses their ‘rifles’ in the air during a portion of their routine.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_B9.jpgAs most of the color guard looks on, a center section tosses their ‘rifles’ in the air during a portion of their routine.

Members of the Marching Knights drum line can be seen behind other band members playing flutes during the show.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_B10.jpgMembers of the Marching Knights drum line can be seen behind other band members playing flutes during the show.
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