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Berrien High School - Nashville, GA The Berrien High School Rebel Regiment is an award winning class AA marching band from Nashville, Georgia.[1] The Rebel Regiment is 100 members strong and performs at all BHS Rebel football games as well as parades, pep rallies, festivals and competitions in and around South Georgia. The Rebel Regiment has secured top honors at the Hawkinsville Invitational Marching Competition[2] for 14 consecutive years. The Rebel Regiment has also been invited to perform at The Magic Kingdom Walt Disney World[3] and at Universal Studios Florida.[4] Patrick Henry High School-Glade Spring The Rebel Regiment is the marching band for Patrick Henry High School and is known as one of the best marching bands in Southwest Virginia. The band has also won grand champion several times at places such as the 2007 Chilhowie Apple Festival, 2007 Lonesome Pine Band Festival, Class A-AA grand champion at the 2007 Greeneville Band Classic and 5th place over all, 2008 Avery County Band Festival, Class A-AA grand champion at the 2008 Greeneville Band Classic and 4th place over all, and the 2008 McChesney Festival. Berrien High School Rebel Regiment, Nashville, GA The Berrien High School Rebel Regiment is an award winning class AA marching band from Nashville, Berrien County, Georgia. The Rebel Regiment performs at all Berrien High School football halftime shows, as well as performing in parades, and on local television. The band maintains a website at Rebel Regiment Website Patrick Henry Rebel Regiment 1960-2004 The Rebel Regiment has had band directors such as Jim Woodrum, Pat Mason, Richard Huggins, Greg Case, Tami Harmon, Jenny Vogel. In 2005 the school announced that the current band director, Jenny Vogel, was resigning to take a job in Salem, VA. The school system then hired David Semones and Bob Ballengee. Since then the Rebel Regiment has hired a new band director, Mr. Justin Camacho. From Robert R.: I am a former band member when it became the Rebel Regiment. More details need to be added for the years Pat Mason was there until he left after 1987. It was his idea to change the name to "Regiment". I graduated in 1986 and can attest to numerous awards on the local, regional, state and national level. Those include, and are not limited to, winning the Lynchburg Invitational for 3 consecutve years (1985, 1986, 1987 I believe) against bands much bigger than us. We placed 4th in the Mardi Gras street drill competitions, out of 12 bands invited from around the country. We won many times in Knoxville, TN at the Dogwood Festival, both in marching and concert competitions. If I recall, from the time I was in the 8th grade until I was a senior (we were 8-12 then), we had won about 115-130 different trophies as I recall having a picture taken with the 1986 seniors posing with the trophies in front and around us. So more needs to be added to the Pat Mason era. He is a great guy and taught me many things not just about music, but about life itself. I am talking about a man that once promised us if we won a particular competition, he would climb on top of one of the buses and dance. Sure enough we won it, he got on the bus and danced, all the while his wife Susan saying nervously "Pat...Pat..please be careful...Pat..." He was the greatest. To me, he was into his job so much, he was the "Bill Cowher" of band directing. He didn't just direct, he got involved and cared. From Charlie F: In the fall of 1987, Doug Armstrong became band director for the PH Rebel Regiment. During Mr. Armstrong's tenure, the Rebel Regiment became a Virginia Honors Band for the first time after achieving Superior ratings in state marching festival and in concert competition. Also during Mr. Armstrong's tenure at Patrick Henry, two students were named to the All-State band. With an emphasis on musicianship and student leadership, Mr. Armstrong lead a resurgence of performing arts programs at Patrick Henry. I was blessed to march under both Pat Mason and Doug Armstrong. I consider both to be fine men and excellent teachers. 2005 Marching Season The 2005 Marching Season was the first year for David Semones being band director at PHHS. The season was successful for a first year band director and was given a superior rating at the 2005 VBODA State Marching Festival. The Rebel Regiment's 2005 show was entitled The Spirit Of The 60's. The band also earned a Virginia Honor Band and Blue Ribbon School title. 2006 Marching Season The 2006 Marching season was also a successful season. The Regiment received a Superior rating at the Chilhowie Apple Festival, a Superior rating at the Greeneville Band Classic, and a Superior rating at the George Wythe Festival of Bands. The Band received an excellent rating at the 2006 VBODA State Marching Festival. At their final competition, Music in the Castle, the band won second place in Class Four. The Rebel Regiment's 2006 show was entitled Emotion in Motion. 2007 Marching Season The Regiment took place in the 2007 Chilhowie Apple Festival and won 1st place in everything in their class and then won the Grand Champion. Then the next week they took place in the 2007 Lonesome Pine Band Festival and for the second week in a row won 1st place in everything in their class and then won the Grand Champion. One week later the Regiment took place in the 2007 Greeneville Band Classic and was not as successful as the two weeks before but did win second place band in Class AA and 5th place over all. The next week they took place in the competition Appalachian Classic Band Festival and finished second place over all. The Rebel Regiment's 2007 show was entitled Celtic Rhythm's 2008 Marching Season The next year the Regiment hoped to repeat their winning ways and was very successful. The Rebel Regiment's 2008 show was entitled Dances In The Dark. They competed in the 2008 Avery County Band Festival and won 1st in their class plus the Grand Champion Award. The following week the Regiment took place in the 2008 Greeneville Band Classic and won Class A-AA Grand Champion and finished fourth over all losing to Science Hill, Elizabethton, and Powell which were all AAA and AAAA bands. The next week they competed in the 2008 McChesney Festival and won first place in everything all day except for the parade, to where they finished 2nd Lee County High School. The next week the Regiment took place in their last competition of the year at the Smokey Mountain Invitatonal and finished 5th over all and had 2nd place perrcussion of the day and 1st place drum of the day for the fourth week in a row. 2009 Marching Season The next year the Regiment's show featured Canon in D, along with Pressure, Goin' Home as the ballad, and Ode to Joy which features a recap of Canon as the closer. The show is entitled Peace and Joy Everlasting. Staff Members Rob Rutherford - Low Brass Instructor Bob Ballengee - Percussion Instructor Justin Louthian - Percussion Instructor Sara Johnson - Trumpet and Mellophone Instructor LeeAnne Reese - Saxphone and Mellophone Instructor Heather Scheel - Woodwind Instructor Colleen Semones - Woodwind Instructor Katie Bevins - Woodwind Instructor David Semones - Band Director Justine Jackson-Ricketts - Pit Instructor References ^'FineArtPage'&FineArtID='1379' ^ ^'Archived'&DivisionID=&DepartmentID=&SubDepartmentID= ^