Band Banned From Playing Fall Out Boy Tune Gets Sweet Revenge

After enduring a school district oversight on their song choices, the Garden Spot High School marching band from New Holland, Penn., got a big break, invited to play at a Fall Out Boy concert.

This summer, school district officials voted to ban the group from playing the Fall Out Boy song “Thnks fr th Mmrs,” as well as the Bruno Mars tune “Locked Out of Heaven,” after a parent complained. The story made its way to Fall Out Boy front man Pete Wentz, who

The band marched into the amphitheater aisles and played along with Fall Out Boy on their hit “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark.”

Read the full story from Lancaster Online.

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Crossword: DCI Events of 2011

A musical-themed crossword puzzle featuring clues regarding Drum Corps International's 2011 tour. From Halftime Magazine, a print publication and website for the marching arts.