VIDEO: Spring Band Concert at Easley High School
This is the last concert the band will hold in the W.M. Scott Auditorium
A bittersweet night filled with movie magic.
During their spring concert, the Easley High School band celebrated a few milestones and said 'goodbye' on Tuesday night at W.M. Scott Auditorium.
The band, which has received accolades from the S.C. Band Director's Association, celebrated their accomplishments with friends and family as they played their final concert at Easley High School.
Next year, the program will move to a new campus. But that's not the only thing changing.
The band said farewell to senior members of the band and to the assistant band director, Mike McGinn, but in a triumphant way.
The concert inspired by great movies, featured songs that would be recognizable to any ear. A few are included in the attached video.
Opening with "How High the Moon," followed by "My Dinner with Ronald."
Other works featured in the 75-minute concert were "Born to Be Wild," "Mission: Impossible Theme," "Two River Classics," "The North Face," "Disney At the Movies," "Rent," "As Summer Was Just Beginning," "Titanic," and "Pirates of the Caribbean."