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There’s Halftime. Then There’s ‘Showtime.’ Welcome To The Battle Of The Bands.

January 29, 2017

By Tamara Best

People in the crowd at the Georgia Dome held their smartphones out, ready to record, before a single note of music floated through the air on Saturday afternoon. They weren’t anticipating the arrival of Beyoncé, or Migos, the hometown group celebrating its recent No. 1 hit; they were waiting for 200-plus members of the Marching Wildcats of Bethune-Cookman University to snap into action.


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