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A day in the life of the Aggie Band-uh

marching to stadium from band room

The Cal Aggie Marching Band-uh makes its way from the band room to the stadium for UC Davis' Nov. 2 game vs. Cal Poly. The band's "tambourine man," Paul Emard, left, marches with them. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo

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From page A9 | November 17, 2013 | 1 Comment

The Cal Aggie Marching Band — fondly known as the Band-uh — is one of the proudest, most spirited and most loved organizations on the UC Davis campus. Committed to representing the university and supporting the UCD athletic teams, the Aggie Band-uh has been an important part of the campus spirit and tradition since its establishment in 1929. Traditions have been passed down through generations of band members, many of which continue today.

The Band-uh is a student-run volunteer organization dedicated to providing support for UCD and the community of Davis; it is committed to student development and camaraderie through excellence in musical entertainment and the embodiment of Aggie Pride.

Take a look at a day in the life of the Band-uh during UCD’s recent football game against Cal Poly.

— http://cru.ucdavis.edu contributed to this story.

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  • Chet MayekawaNovember 17, 2013 - 2:06 pm

    Thank you for recognizing Paul Emard, who has stepped up year after year, in service to the Aggie Band. I remember Paul when I was a bandsman in the early 70's. There is no one more loyal to this organization than Paul! Thanks Paul for all you do!

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