Joliet Kingsmen

Joliet, IL United States
Founded: 1982

Inactive Junior
Division III
1987 322 40.500 (Repertoire not available)  
1988 Farando * C Chasce * We Are the Reason  
1999 329 50.800 Music of Earth Wind and Fire - Music of Earth Wind and Fire  
2000 Fantasy * Selections from The Lion King  
2001 325 54.750 The Sound of Music * Selections from The Lion King  
2002 326 46.550 Gospel Time * Let the Praise Begin * I Believe I can Fly (from Space Jam) * O Happy Day  
2003 322 56.500 Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves * Ye of Little Faith * I Believe I can Fly (from Space Jam) * I Believe I can Fly (from Space Jam)  
Position 200+ indicates Division II, Position 300+ indicates Division III, Position 400+ indicates Mini Corps.

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The Joliet Kingsmen is a junior marching and maneuvering corps based in Joliet, Illinois. Formed in 1982, the corps participated in DCI competition in the late 1980s, then from 1999 through 2003.

Their best DCI finish came in 2003, when the corps took 22nd place in Division III Preliminaries. Led by 11-year-old drum major Ashton Conway and dressed in black and white with red sashes, the 31-member Kingsmen got the audience clapping along to "I Believe I Can Fly."

[Dave Strickler; A History of Drum & Bugle Corps, 2002]

Members (5)

Member Name Section Years Involved
bilal, muhammad horn 1985 to 1991
Gilliam, Jason soprano 1979 to 1991
graves, romeo drum/horn/colorguard 1986 to 1993
Gross, Tony Soprano 2001
Williams, David Horn Line 1982 to 1993
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