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HBCUs Set For Battle Of The Bands



ATLANTA - The curtain is all set to rise once again on the next highly-anticipated edition of the Honda Battle of the Bands! This yearÂ’s eight top vote-getting Historically Black College and University marching bands are ready to take the field at Atlanta's Georgia Dome on Saturday, January 29th, 2011 when this unprecedented national stage rolls out to welcome them and become theirs for three hours. The ninth annual lineup of “the Honda” promises to deliver on the guarantee of an “experience” for fans. No more, and no less. The marching bands, chosen from a nationwide, online poll, will be vying for a year's bragging rights, plus lucrative scholarship awards. 


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