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Albion Johnson (November 13, 1894 - February, 1972)was the founder, mentor, impresario and organizer behind the [[Kenosha Music Round-Up]] drum and bugle corps/band/drill team competitions and parade in [[Kenosha]], [[Wisconsin]] each July from the 1940s until his retirement. He then donated the contest to the Kenosha Band Boosters, a local [[Kenosha]]-area public-school band advocacy group which discontinued the drum and bugle corps contests and the parade
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and continued it as the [[Great Lakes Band Championships]] until the mid-1990s.
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Albion Johnson (November 13, 1894 - February, 1972) was the founder, mentor, impresario and organizer behind the [[Kenosha Music Round-Up]] drum and bugle corps/band/drill team competitions and parade in [[Kenosha]], [[Wisconsin]] each July from the [[1940s]] until his retirement. He then donated the contest to the Kenosha Band Boosters, a local [[Kenosha]]-area public-school band advocacy group which discontinued the drum and bugle corps contests and the parade and continued it as the [[Great Lakes Band Championships]] until the mid-[[1990s]].

Revision as of 05:06, 28 January 2006

Albion Johnson (November 13, 1894 - February, 1972) was the founder, mentor, impresario and organizer behind the Kenosha Music Round-Up drum and bugle corps/band/drill team competitions and parade in Kenosha, Wisconsin each July from the 1940s until his retirement. He then donated the contest to the Kenosha Band Boosters, a local Kenosha-area public-school band advocacy group which discontinued the drum and bugle corps contests and the parade and continued it as the Great Lakes Band Championships until the mid-1990s.