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New CW show ‘March’ gives the world an authentic look into the HBCU band culture at Prairie View A&M

February 7, 2022

A historically Black college and university (HBCU) band cannot be compared with any other.

From the rhythms of the early-morning practices to the loud cheers from the stands on Saturdays, HBCU bands are the soul of their institutions. Their impact goes beyond their members.

The new CW reality series March gives the world an inside look at the day-to-day of an HBCU band made up of more than 300 people. The show airs on Mondays at 8 p.m. ET and features the PVAMU Marching Storm, the Prairie View A&M University marching band. Told through the lens of students, the band director and dance leader, viewers will see how these young adults balance class, studying and social life while maintaining their band duties.

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