This is an album of I. C. Reveries photos from various sources. These files are large. You can click on each image and make them larger for closer inspection. Beware, load times will be long for the larger sizes. If the detail is in the original, I've captured it in the scans. Have fun and share what images you have with us! We can put them on the web for you. Come back for updates. There are more where these came from.
Date(s): April 27, 2003. Album by Steve Solombrino Collection. Photos by various sources. 1 - 821 of 821 Total. 4405 Visits.
I used to participate in the Minstrel Show in, I'd say 1959, 1960 or thereabouts. Good memories since that what we have at the end - Chuck Gricus, Sat, 22 Mar 2014 6:53AM
The best years of my life. I started working with the drum line when the corps was in class C and saw them grow and improve and become fine young men and women. I have some CDs of the corps, World Open finishing 2nd and 5the and then through 1975. I would like to hear the Bluereries year. - joe lyons, Mon, 28 Oct 2013 11:15AM
I marched with IC from 57-62 and it was some of the best years I've ever had. I miss the camaraderie and the guys and gals I marched with .I was a snare drummer.I miss drumming. - Charlie Boncore, Sat, 7 Sep 2013 9:33AM
Marched with the Reveries from 1965 through 1967. Loved every minute of it. Most "Revered" memory is sitting on the starting line at Roosevelt Stadium in NJ during the 1966 VFW Nationals. - John "Max" Maxner , Tue, 22 Jan 2013 8:30AM
AS one of only two non-Catholic members I cherish the many wonderful memories of marching with the Reveries - especially when they showed up on our wedding day to perform a concert outside the church - a surprise arranged by the man himself, George Bonfiglio - Ronald K. Olson, Thu, 13 Oct 2011 6:55PM
somehow i came across your pictures here and althought i dont remember the photos from the late 60's i do remember some from the 70's,i'e Butler Pa,Marion OH.i was a member of the DUKES of marlboro.from 1968 to 1974,looking back at those pictures really brought me back...everett,somerville manning bowl..i remember them all and we cant forget kellerher field in marlboro - Kevin Ryan, Tue, 20 Apr 2010 4:37PM
Great Site, Great Idea, Great People!! - Dean Marks, Thu, 1 Apr 2010 7:53PM
This brings back so much to see the pics of my dad happy and relaxed (ok sometimes) is great. Too bad we don't have any pic os the pool hopping at practice. Stevie I cannot thank you enough. Love you all - beverly mccarthy, Mon, 29 Mar 2010 5:33PM
Wow! What memories. I loved everything about the parades the Reveries marched in. I would run down to Father Brennan Hall when I herd you guys warming up and walk with you the whole way! Thanks! - Paul Gallant, Sat, 27 Jun 2009 5:26PM
Another year gone by, another walk down memory lane.
Steve - Michael and I had so much fun going down memory lane this dreary afternoon. It was great seeing pictures of the old Reveries. I have memories of several of you coming to our house in Saugus for one of Michael and Marla's parties (ok and Eddie DeAngelis had something to do with them too). Ahhhh the good old days.....thanks for sharing! Love to Cheryl!! - Judi (Dodge) Doherty, Sun, 15 Jun 2008 1:37PM
I always enjoyed Reveries horn line.RICH,LOUD, ENERGETIC and SWEET Scott Riley, Crusaders, Cardinals 60-68 - robert scott riley, Fri, 25 Jan 2008 4:39AM
looking for old friends - bill fallon, Wed, 26 Dec 2007 6:50PM
We simply ask for your support of Moe Knox into the World Drum Corps Hall of Fame.
Great site how do I add old Photo's and comments? - Joe Fallon, Sun, 25 Mar 2007 5:02PM
Thanks for the memories Steve. It was a great trip. I will always remember those years fondly. As a bonus, I found my dad, long deceased now, in picture 182 of the Statesmen Jr. He's the one wearing the jacket. Thanks again. - John McAvoy, Fri, 2 Mar 2007 1:07PM
Almost joining the Corp in 1971 after many years in a CYO Band, only to run into "release" problems, my dream of marching in Drum Corp came true in 1974 with the IC Reveries. The Delorey's thankfully, never gave up on me. You all were terrific...it is amazing how real it all still seems. Still in a Drum Corp state of mind! Love the memory lane photo's! - Joey Dalessio, Fri, 22 Dec 2006 5:19PM
great site steve i see you had some pitures of e-mass finals at dilboy,also see the Annunciators remember us lol - robert reposa, Mon, 10 Jul 2006 8:58AM
I "googled" the Solombrino family name and found your family pictures. I am the wife to Thomas Solombrino who is the son of Henry Solombrino from Brooklyn, New York. Is it possible that you are related to my husband? please email
WOW! Many memories. I was part of the 60's Senior corps and one of the originals bugle quartet that played for the colour guard competions with the Foleys twins and Jim McLeavey. Ah the good old days. - Jim Traverse, Wed, 10 Aug 2005 9:39AM
I am the widow of Jack Sweeney. I have alot of films he took. When I have a chance I will look for films you could use. - Pat Sweeney, Tue, 19 Jul 2005 5:11PM
Uncle Steven!!!!! i love these pictures they are great.!!! I cant believe that u have nan!!! hehehehe. but weres the pics of Scott and Al... It is great to see everyone in the uniforms and its great to see hte pics!!! - Zach Solombrino, Wed, 29 Jun 2005 10:10PM
was in Blue Angels of Danvers Mass in the 60's - Larry Brown, Wed, 1 Jun 2005 3:28PM
Awesome job on this project Steve. Thanks for adding so much to the site. - Mike Merrett, Sun, 13 Mar 2005 8:01AM
I had the time of my life. thanks for the memories it seems like it was just yesterday. row on - cllyde Jordan, Sun, 20 Feb 2005 9:08AM
Mr Reilly was nothing less to me than the Father I never had. His instruction and warmth gave me a safe haven wherein which to grow and experiment. There was never any doubt that he loved all of us and believed in us even though he was a very good disciplinarian and instructor, who maintained a standard of excellence. I can not imagine what my life would have been like without his gentleness and sense of humor. I thank God for role models such as Mr and Mrs. Reilly who have dedicated their time and attention to so many young people over the years. His memory will continue to inspire me to give all of who I am in the same unselfish manner. Grace and peace for all those he leaves behind. Cynthia - Cyndi (Anderson) Samuel, Fri, 31 Dec 2004 2:35PM
Arthur Reilly gave me my start in instructing...I will forever be greatful to all the help he gave me...He was always my friend....My prayers are with this wonderful family... - Donn Ebert, Thu, 30 Dec 2004 2:51AM
Hi All Reveries and Drum Corps Friends....it is with great sorrow to let you know that Arthur Reilly Sr. has passed away Dec 29, 2004 from heart problems. The wake will be on Sunday Jan 2 in Nashusa Dumont Funeral Home and the funeral will be Monday morning at St. Joseph's Church in Nashua. Please check the Boston papers for full details. - Debbie (Reilly) Tully , Wed, 29 Dec 2004 1:22PM
great stuff thanks reveries 66/67 - BOB MOYLON , Thu, 23 Dec 2004 6:11PM
was a member from 67 to 69 remember your mom and dad.great people.thanks for the memories. - joe ferrairo, Wed, 3 Nov 2004 2:53PM
great day's indeed - ED LANGLOIS, Sat, 16 Oct 2004 9:37PM
Wow! I couldn't believe my eyes when I stumpled upon this website. Hello to all my Reverie friends! Please write me and let me know what you have been up to. Faith - Faith Terenzio, Wed, 6 Oct 2004 4:17PM
Memories are Wonderful....Thanks - Donna Ebert, Sat, 27 Sep 2003 3:57AM
Love these pics....Thanks Steve! - Nancy Scopa, Sat, 23 Aug 2003 7:23AM
1 1965 BOOSTER This is a nice piece of drum corps artwork.
2 Reveries History
3 1957 Senior Corps Senior corps marching up Park Ave., Revere. This may be a parade or the corps is marching from I.C. to Paul Revere Stadium for an exhibition. The Junior corps was called on for half time entertainment at I.C. football games when I first marched in the fall of 1965 and for a couple of years later. "THE YEAR IS 1957, AND..." View Comments...
4 Drum Major with JFK 1959
7 3 26 60drumfest Recap from the 1960 Drum Fest.
8 Reveries beat Caballeros
9 DCN Aug. 8, 1962 Ed Rooney's Merry-Corps-Round DCN Aug. 8, 1962
10 Whaling City Report Whaling City Report By Richie Antone DCN Aug. 8, 1962 issue
11 Eastern Mass. Tidings Eastern Mass. Tidings By Herb Cole DCN Aug. 8, 1962 issue
12 EARLY 1960s This is the original uniform for the junior corps. The satin tops were gold and blue with blue pants.
13 Loretto Wins Loretto Wins DCN Aug. 8, 1962 issue
14 Hurricanes Down Skyliners Twice By Roger Rilee and John Jeneva DCN Aug. 29, 1962
15 Pioneers Sponsor "Mohawk Drums" DCN Aug. 29, 1962 issue
16 1962 Nationals By Jerry Dreva DCN Sept. 12, 1962 issue
17 Eastern Mass Tidings (9/12/62) By Herb Cole DCN Sept. 12, 1962
19 1963 Sounds of Music show at Boston Symphony Hall. The Reveries scored 2nd place.
20 DCN May 22, 1963 issue DCN May 22, 1963 issue
21 Drumfarce *DrumFARCE(?)* Letters To the Editor DCN June 5, 1963 issue
Not everyone liked the Reveries.
22 Eastern Mass Tidings (6-12-63) by Herb Cole
23 Best Drum Major DCN June 12, 1963 issue
24 Reveries Annex St. Kevin's Show DCN June 19, 1963 issue
25 Sat. Aug. 31, 1963 4th Annual Drums on Parade Memorial Stadium, Everett Mass.
27 1964 Drumfest Drumfest was a late winter indoor show that at the time was held at the Boston Arena. It had several mostly local Class A corps and several senior DCA corps. It was a judged event and was a big deal at the time as it showcased the upcoming season. The caption is incorrect as Vin Cowhig is on the right. A few of us former junior corps members had Vin as a teacher years later while we attended Jr. High at the McKinley School in Revere. We were completely wigged out to have a former senior corps drum major as a teacher. He was a great guy.
29 June 5,1964 Drum Corps News June 16, 1965 issue
30 1964 CYO JUNIORS
31 June 14, 1964 Drum Corps News - June 17, 1964 issue
32 1964 Program Book The Reveries were in both CYO and Eastern Mass so the corps was obligated to sponsor a show for each circuit once every two years. 1964 was an Eastern Mass year. The show was always at Paul Revere (Harry Dellarusso) Stadium in Revere and always on the third Wednesday in June at night right after the schools let out for the summer. Even though CYO insisted on afternoon shows, the Reveries got an exemption as did a few other units. Selling advertising in the program books was a major revenue stream for the corps for the life of the corps. Local people and businesses were always very generous to the corps in this regard and the corps would not have been able to exist without this financial support.
33 1964 Nick Cutulle on baritone and Elinor McCarty as drum major.
34 Everett Show Scores 8 AUG 1964
35 1964 Scores Here's some local 1964 shows with scores of the senior corps.
36 1965 Operation CYO Kindness-Governor John Volpe proclaims Operation CYO Kindness Day, May 16,1965. Participating are: left to right, Commissioner Harry Solomon, Department of Mental Health; Maureen Moschella, I.C. Drum & Bugle Corps of Revere; Governor Volpe, Peggy Farren, St. Williams Band of Dorchester; Monsignor John P. Carroll, CYO Director. On May 16, twenty two musical units will perform for patients at twenty two hospitals and schools.
37 1965 Can anybody name these members?
38 1965 Crusade of Drums 1965 show at Everett Stadium.
39 1965 SENIOR CORPS Here is the Seinior corps at a Sunday afternoon CYO show. "This was probably 196..." "this is at legion fie..." View Comments...
40 White Stadium This is 1965 or 1966 or 1967.
41 1965 SENIOR REVERIES
42 1965 BOOSTER This is a nice piece of drum corps artwork. "thank you. it is 1962..." View Comments...
43 1965 BOOSTER AUTOGRAPHS This is the back of the 1965 booster. It seems most of the corps and staff autographed this. There are several drum corps legends represented here. Some are no longer with us.
45 1960's Button
46 Senior Corps Uniform Jacket These were the uniform jackets worn by the senior corps. This example has the citation cord and the epaulets. The white Velcro held the cummerbund.
47 Senior Corps Uniform Jacket This is another example of the senior corps jacket but without the epaulets. At some point, they were removed. Photos of the corps in action will have to be studied to determine when that occurred. I suspect some got lost and the cost of replacement was prohibitive so they were all removed to maintain uniformity at inspections.
48 Senior Corps Uniform Jacket This example has a citation cord and displays how the cummerbund was worn. There are no epaulets with this example.
49 Junior Corps Tunic The junior corps changed the uniform and colors after I think the 1964 season. They went from blue and gold to red, white and blue. The pants may have been the same but these "clown shirts" as we called them were a big change. They are satin and were hot as Hell at all times.
50 Junior Corps Jacket This is a staff jacket, in this case, a quartermaster. This jacket was given to me by Jim "Buz" Walsh. He stuck it out with the corps long after his daughter left with the senior corps. He even stuck it out with North Star for a number of years. The patch commemorates the Junior Corps winning the local circuit championships during the early 1960's. I added the soprano pin and wear this jacket even today.
51 1960's Championship Patch In some respects, the junior corps had greater success in winning circuit championships than did the senior corps. Of course, in the 1960's the local Boston area circuits had national contenders like the Reveries, Crusaders, St. Kevins, St. Mary's and from time to time a few others. The local shows were high caliber in all the classes but especially in Class A. The Juniors managed to shine for several seasons.
52 Junior Corps Jacket This is the rear of the junior corps staff jacket. The image really sticks out in a crowd. I've had many nice complements over the years while wearing this jacket. People have chased me across various venues to make very positive comments about their memories of both the senior and junior corps.
53 Junior Corps Jacket Here's a secret, these jackets were reversible. This is the same satin and color of the original junior corps tunics.
54 Junior Corps Jacket This is the back of the jacket with a more simple design. It still gets attention though.
55 65 card We passed out these little cards while standing on a curb with a can begging motorists for money.
56 1965? CONTRA BASS COVER This is an original contra bass bell cover from circa 1965. It's hand painted. These were placed over the bell opening and were popular in the mid 1960's.
57 BIG BOOSTER STICKER This was the official logo for the corps before the Constitution image.
58 SMALL BOOSTER
59 Military Mass about 1966 Holly Cross Cathedral, Boston. On the Saint Kevins's web site there is footage of one of these masses breaking up. There's lots of other corps shown outside the cathederal. How many can you name? Follow the link, find the video and click on part 2.
60 1966 BOOSTER
61 1965 Show 1965 was a good year for the Senior corps. I believe they fielded the largest horn line they ever had and were very competitive. Knowing what I know and considering the corps on the list, this must have been a great show with close scores.
62 1966 Drum Fest Drum Fest at Boston Arena
63 1966 Wakefield, MA
64 1966 1966 at Chelsea Stadium. Frank Annetti is the soprano on the end. "The first four sops a..." View Comments...
65 1966 at Chelsea Stadium Concert formation.
66 1966 at Chelsea Stadium Concert formation.
67 1966 or 1967 Pearl Steet Stadium Pearl Street Stadium, Malden, MA.
68 1966 VFW Nationals Prelims
69 1966 VFW Nationals Sit Down Strike
70 1966 VFW NATIONALS SIT DOWN STRIKE
71 1966 VFW Nationals Sit Down Strike
72 1966 VFW NATIONALS SIT DOWN STRIKE
73 Tony Schelcter The man standing is Tony Schelcter. He ran the drum corps program for the VFW in the 1960s. He was not a happy guy the night of the sit down strike. While not always popular as a person, he did do a lot to keep the drum corps program going and did care about the kids. He was a major figure behind the scenes that made the whole thing work.
74 1966 sit-down strike at the VFW Nationals p1 Drum Corps News September 7, 1966 issue
75 1966 sit-down strike at the VFW Nationals p2
76 1966 sit-down strike at the VFW Nationals p3
77 1966 sit-down strike at the VFW Nationals p4
78 1966 sit-down strike at the VFW Nationals p5
79 1966 sit-down strike at the VFW Nationals p6
80 1966 sit-down strike at the VFW Nationals p7
81 1966 sit-down strike at the VFW Nationals p8
82 1966 sit-down strike at the VFW Nationals p9
83 1966 sit-down strike at the VFW Nationals p10
84 1966 sit-down strike at the VFW Nationals p11
85 1966 CYO Nationals I remember this show. It was great! I remember the Royal Airs arriving late. Their buses stopped right behind the stands at the old stadium. The doors burst open and the emergency windows were pushed out and the corps literally exploded from the buses in full uniform. I never saw a corps unpack their equipment so fast and line up. They were in the gate in about three minutes, or so it seemed. Boston Crusaders 82.43, Royal Airs 81.13, Blessed Sacrament 79.70, I.C. Reveries 79.33, St. Mary's, Beverly 78.41, St Kevin's 77.61, Magnificent Yankees 75.40, Royal Lancers 73.10. Pittsfield Cavaliers 68.85, St. Mary's, Baltimore 51.01.
86 1967 BOOSTER
87 Night Show 1966 or 1967
88 1966 I think this is 1966 and it is White Stadium. I suspect it is the CYO Music Festival. That was the last CYO show if the year and was held in September. Boston CYO had so many Drum Corps, Bands and Drill Teams in Class A, B and C that it took two full days to run through all the units. It was a big deal back then. Notice the crowded back field stands for the Class A Drum Corps. That category went on last on the second day.
89 1967 DRUMFEST Drumfest was an indoor standstill held before the start of the field season. It was held at the old Boston Arena and was a judged show. It could set the tone for the following season. Here the Reveries senior corps is featured. This would be the last season for the seniors. The next year they would appear as the 27th Lancers.
90 1967 CYO NATIONALS PROGRAM This is the I.C. Reveries page from the 1967 CYO Nationals program book.
91 67 CYO Schedual Here is where we went in 1967. We attended most of these shows.
92 1967 CHICAGO CAVALIERS In a 1967 Chicago Cavaliers publication they published a list of all the corps the Cavaliers defeated in 1967 including the I.C. Reveries Senior Corps.
93 1967 Junior Corps Here is the 1967 Junior Corps, probably at the CYO Music Festival. "Does anyone want to k..." "I would like to know ..." View Comments...
94 WINTER COLORGUARD 1966-1967 season
95 1966-1967 WINTER GUARD EVERETT ARMORY
96 67 WINTER GUARD BOSTON COLLEGE Beverly MacCarthy on the left and Ginny Papa center.
97 67 WINTER GUARD BOSTON COLLEGE Patty O'Keefe
98 1967 World Open Steve Solombrino with Michael Doherty? The Jr. corps acted as runners for the World open that year. Here we are returning salutes for the color presentation of an unknown corps. Who can tell us who this corps is? "it looks like IC reve..." "pembroke imperials?" "Not Imperials. Its a..." View Comments...
99 1968 PARADE Looks like a parade. Front row:Jim Prochillo, Bob Osgood, A Rilley, Richy Scenna, Mike O'Keefe, Phil Giadone, Tom Kerrins, Mike Goff. Back row: Joe Shea?, Eddie DeAngelis, Dennis Rilley, Joe Ferrairo, Russell Doherty, Jimmy Hickey. "Steve that looks like..." "This photo is from Mi..." "back row 4th in is me..." View Comments...
100 1968parade2 I see Tony Ordowardi, John Prochillo, Donny Wilson, Mike Doherty, Tommy Kerrins, Chris McGurk, Rita Fletcher. Next to Father Brennan Hall.
101 1968parade3 I see Steve Solombrino?, Jimmy Hickey, Jimmy Prochillo, Phil Giardone, Chris McGurk, Rita Fletcher. Next to Father Brennan Hall.
102 1968parade I see Artie Shannon, Donny Wilson, Mike Doherty, Tommy Kerrins, Diane Romano?, Mike Goff, Steve Solombrino?, Rita Fletcher, Jimmy Prochillo, Chris McGurk. In front of Father Brennan Hall.
103 1968 L to R Gary Covitz, Jim McKaferty, Joe Shea, Jim Goff, Kemp Terry (hard to see), Tom Shaheen.
104 1968 I can't make out the girls but John Prochilo, Donnie Wilson, Micheal Doherty, Danny Moschella, Jimmy Hickey and Steve Solombrino.
106 Horns-A-Plenty Ticket. Horns-A-Plenty was the 27th Lancers name for their show in the early years. This is from their very first sponsored show. It was an Eastern Mass show and was presented on the Saturday after the Reveries Music Under the Stars show on Wednesday the 26th at the same place. I remember this being hard on the adults. The ties between the Reveries and the Lancers at this point were very strong. Siblings, cousins and neighbors marched in both corps. Parents supported both corps and worked hard behind the scenes at both shows that week. Things were uncertain for both corps in 1968 and the adults knew that the survival of both depended on hard work and dedication. In the end, this payed off for both corps over time as both corps thrived and grew over the following years.
107 AL SOLOMBRINO 1968 This is the Columbus Day parade. We're on Revere Street at the curve just before St. Anthony's Church.
108 68 World Open We were runners at the 1968 World Open. Here is Steve Solombrino and Russell Doerty returing salutes on the 50 yard line at Manning Bowl in Lynn.
109 68 Steve Solombrino This is a photo taken for Herb Cole's column in the Boston Globe.
110 1968 STEVE SOLOMBRINO 1968 with my father's sister, Marie Solombrino (RIP).
111 SCOTT SOLOMBRINO 1968 This is in front of our house. The four door garage next door is where we started the limousine business about twelve years later. Scott worked hard to build that business into a giant, global operation.
112 1968 Record American Aparantly the Medford Patriots Day Parade was postponed due to rain in 1968. The corps marched on the make up date in June. The color guard looks sharp and gets the credit for getting us into the Record American, now the Boston Herald.
113 1968 REVERE JOURNAL We won the Tripple Crown in 1968. Here is the story as presented in the Revere Journal with a rare photo of the corps in action. Don't forget, Class C corps didn't get mutch attention, even Champs like us.
114 1968 EASTERN MASS FINALS At retreat with the trophy being held by Ed Deangelis flanked by Berverly MacCarthy on the left and Margret Manate on the right. In the background the ever present Jim "BUZ" Walsh is looking dapper in his Reveries staff blazer. This was Eddie's last show before shipping out for the U.S. Navy.
115 1968 EASTERM MASS FINALS This is the official photo of the winning drum majors. On the left is Joan Duval, I.C. Reveries Class C. The Pembroke Imperials as Class B Champs and the St. Anthony's Imperials Drill team as Class A (The only class in EM, CYO had A, B anc C drill teams.) Champs. Donna Ebert is pictured here. On the right is none other than the late, great Jim Stokenger of the Boston Crusaders. The Pembroke Imperials drum major is Herb Brinkert.
116 1968 COLORGUARD CYO Class C competition at it's best in what looks to me like the gym at Mission Hill.
117 1968 COLORGUARD CYO Class C competition at it's best in what looks to me like the gym at Mission Hill.
118 1968 COLORGUARD CYO Class C competition at it's best in what looks to me like the gym at Mission Hill.
119 68 Corps at Braintree I think this is Braintree. We are on the starting line. Can you pick out anybody?
120 Corps Jacket This is a corps jacket in new condition. I believe they were purchased after the senior corps was disbanded so they date back to 1968 or 1969. Notice the name "Reveries" without the "I.C.". Things were quite contentious between the corps and the parish from the disbandment of the senior corps until the merger with the Blue Angels. We didn't want the "I.C." on our jackets even at that early date. The wounds of 1967 have not healed.
121 Corps Jacket This is my personal version of the corps jacket from 1968. I added various patches and buttons to spruce things up. I wear this from time to time and get a lot of complements about the corps.
122 Corps Jacket This patch is from an even older staff blazer that was a mess. I saved this to commemorate those that went before me.
123 Corps Jacket My corps jacket with a CYO patch. I'm still looking for an Eastern Mass patch.
124 Corps Jacket This is the back of my jacket with added patches including a "Drum Corps Nut" patch.
125 Corps Jacket I added this to my corps jacket. It is a large patch from a very old staff jacket. I salvaged the patch as the original Navy Blue Barracuda jacket was ready for the trash. It is a great example of the boy in the cloud, the dream corps graphics that Chuck Chisholm designed so many years ago.
126 1968 Commemerative Patch In 1968, what was the junior corps had become an independent Class C corps. We won the Eastern Mass Finals, the CYO Circuit Championship and the CYO Music Festival. This was known as the "Triple Crown".
127 Staff Jacket These blazers were used by the corps staff in the early days before the Nautical Image. Men wore a collared shirt and tie with nice pants and shoes. We were after all a CYO corps and the adults were expected to set a good example. This one has a 1968 commemorative patch. Older blazers had other patches.
128 Garment Bag We all had some sort of garment bag to properly store and transport our uniforms. This one says "Drum Corps is my Bag". I remember there was one nail sticking out of the bricks at Farther Brennan Hall. If the corps was traveling to a show by buses, we'd meet at the hall and wait for the departure time. I always wanted to be the first on site so I could be the only one hanging my garment bag on the outside wall from that nail. It became a sort of contest between a few of us for a while. Just how competitive were we? LOL
129 1969 LYNN CITY HALL Slushy at the Fleetwood Records/Drum Corps News stand in the lobby of the Lynn City Hall Auditorium.
130 1969 LYNN CITY HALL Here are the lead sopranos on stage. The suit coats and ties looked better than what followed this show, the bowling shirts! Front row of horns, Richie Hart, John Prochillo, Donnie Wilson, Michael Doherty, Debbie McEvoy and Steve Solombrino. Rear row of hornd, David Reilly, Scott Solombrino, Steve Shaheen, (not sure) Tommy Gaff. Billy Fallon on double bass with john Mauro and Joe Kelly on the other bass drums. Jumbo and Jimmy Goff on the snares. Kim Cunniff, drum major. "OK, that's me in the ..." View Comments...
131 1969 WORLD OPEN CLASS B Notice the basic flag work we used back then. (MOE KNOX PHOTO) Ginny Papa on the left and Patty O'Keefe on the right.
132 1969 WORLD OPEN CLASS B I'm not sure were we are in the show but we look good.(MOE KNOX PHOTO) Beverly MacCarthy and Ginny Papa.
133 1969 WORLD OPEN CLASS B In concert,left side. (MOE KNOX PHOTO)
134 1969 WORLD OPEN CLASS B Drum line in concert. (MOE KNOX PHOTO) Gary Covitz, Bobby McCaferty, Fitzy, Joe Shea, Jimmy Goff, Jumbo, Tony Ordouarti and Judy Norris.
135 1969 WORLD OPEN CLASS B In concert, right side. (MOE KNOX PHOTO) Michal Goff, Coleene Kulakowski, Jim Prochillo, Scott Solombrino, Steve Shaheen, Phil Giadoni, Chris MacGurik, T.J. Doucette, Steve Solombrino, Tommy Kerrrins, Tony (Danny) Moschella, Michael Doherty and Donny Wilson.
136 1969 WORLD OPEN CLASS B Here, the color guard is featured on the 50.(MOE KNOX PHOTO)
137 1969 WORLD OPEN CLASS B Here the battery moves up the 50. (MOE KNOX PHOTO)
138 1969 WORLD OPEN Class B The Mighty Mites! Jim Prochillo, Scott Solombrino, Steve Shaheen and Joan Horgan knock em dead. (MOE KNOX PHOTO)
139 1969 WORLD OPEN CLASS B Here the battery turns to the stands for the exit fanfare. We finished 3rd that year with a 55.65. (MOE KNOX PHOTO)
140 1969 WORLD OPEN CLASS B The American flag section during the color presentation. Every time I go to a show these days people lament not seeing the colors presented on the field. This photo was submitted to a local paper. Read the caption. (Moe Knox photo)
141 69 EASTERN MASS FINALS DILBOY FIELD, SOMMERVILLE, MA
142 69 EASTERN MASS FINALS DILBOY FIELD, SOMMERVILLE, MA
143 69 EASTERN MASS FINALS DILLBOY FIELD, SOMMERVILLE, MA
144 69 EASTERN MASS FINALS DILBOY FIELD, SOMMERVILLE, MA
145 69 EASTERN MASS FINALS DILBOY FIELD, SOMERVILLE, MA
146 69 EASTERN MASS FINALS DILBOY FIELD, SOMERVILLE, MA
147 69 EASTERN MASS FINALS DILBOY FIELD, SOMERVILLE, MA
148 1969 BOOSTER We won the Class C Tripple Crown Championship in 1968 and celebrated with this booster.
149 1970 Schedule Here is the 1970 schedule. Firs, notice the official letterhead with the boy in the cloud emblem and corps nickname. There are shows missing from the schedule such as our own show, the third week in June when we put on an exhibition. There were no doubt shows after August 15 that are not listed. The CYO Music Festival and Eastern Mass Finals were both in September. Let's not forget Revere's biggest parade, the Columbus Day parade in October. We were busy kids.
150 1970 CYO Color Guard Championship Program This is a poor scan as it does not show the entire document. The interesting thing here is the Reveries do not appear on the list. In my mind, I'm sure we had a winter guard that year but we may have skipped a season for some reason. We need more research.
151 1970 MINSTREL SHOW L to R Richie Hart, Donnie Wilson, Micheal Doherty, Steve Solombrino, John Sweeney, Billy Falon, Barbara Hunt.
152 1970 STEVE SOLOMBRINO I couldn't resist.
153 1970 BOOSTER
154 1970 NORTHGATE Cheryl has her uniform and is preparing for a pre-show warm up at the now world famous practice field "behind Northgate" If you look carefully in the background it looks like someone is heading for the "bushes". (MOE KNOX PHOTO)
155 1970 CHERYL CLARK Here, Cheryl is in her grandmothers back yard showing the proper wearing of the uniform. Cheryl and I now live in this house.
156 1970 WAKEFIELD Here we are yet again ready to kick off for another CYO show.
157 1970 EVERETT I can here Dom Baniqule "And now, on the starting line, from Everett, Massachusetts, the Statesmen."
158 1970 WAKEFIELD Here we are in action again.
159 1970 WAKEFIELD It looks like we are heading for the finish line.
160 1970 EVERETT Here the corps is marching along the back field heading for the starting line.
161 SLUSHIE AND ADELVA 1970 WORLD OPEN Here is Slushie and Adelva (the site owner's parents) at the Fleetwood Records/Drum Corps News stand at the 1970 World Open in Manning Bowl, Lynn, MA. Slushie's cousin, Vin Giarusso was partners with Ray Samoura in FR/DCN who promoted the World Open and a few other shows. During the 60's and early 70's Slushie traveled the continent selling records in addition to having a full time job and his involvement in the Reveries (2 marching sons) as well as helping the 27th Lancers. Notice Adelva has 27th buttons and a Reveries patch. Drum corps ran around the clock 24/7 in our house!
162 1970 EASTERN MASS FINALS TJ with the Class B championship trophy.
163 1970 EASTERN MASS FINALS John and Marie MacArthy pose with TJ at Dillboy Field in Somerville. As I remember that day, the sky is about to open up and drown us. No matter, we won! Class B Tripple crown that year again.
164 1970 EASTERN MASS FINALS Another shot of TJ with the trophy at Dillboy Field in Somerville.
165 1970 L to R Robin Clark, Cheryl Clark, Debbie Gayle, Nancy Jean Mauro and Murial Shannon. To the right in the background, Slushy is talking to Jim Wedge.
166 1970 CYO MUSIC FESTIVAL TJ is on the far right
167 1970 CYO MUSIC FESTIVAL Here we make a big push towards the stands and "knock em down".
168 1970 CYO MUSIC FESTIVAL The photographer now stands up for a better frame.
169 1970 CYO MUSIC FESTIVAL St. Thomas More
170 1970 CYO MUSIC FESTIVAL St.Thomas More
171 1970 CYO MUSIC FESTIVAL Anounciators
172 1970 CYO MUSIC FESTIVAL The units are making their way onto the field for retreat.
173 1970 CYO MUSIC FESTIVAL Everybody is on the field now. We are right above the guy standing on the sidelines.
174 1970 CYO MUSIC FESTIVAL All the units are listening for their scores. Remember the suspense?
175 70 USS CONSTITUTION This is the first time we played at the Constitution. We had revealed our new uniform concept just prior to this performance. Here we see TJ with some of the crew members.
176 70 USS CONSTITUTION TJ with some of the crew members.
177 70 USS CONSTITUTION T.J. Doucette with some of the sailors from the USS Constitution.
178 70 USS CONSTITUTION Here we are freezing yet playing our heartrs out.
179 70 USS CONSTITUTION At least the horns and drums had something to do to keep warm. The color guard just stood still and froze.
180 70 USS CONSTITUTION Remember the double bass? "Has anybody seen Shar..." View Comments...
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187 70 USS CONSTITUTION
188 70 USS CONSTITUTION Here is the whole corps together.
189 70 USS CONSTITUTION Here we are on the gang plank.
190 70 USS CONSTITUTION Another gang plank shot.
191 70 USS CONSTITUTION Our members are enthralled by the crew member giving the guided tour.
192 70 USS CONSTITUTION This is a poor photo but it is the only photo of the corps performing on the hanger deck of the aircraft carrier USS Wasp. Outside of the Navy or Marine drum and bugle corps, we may have been the only drum corps to ever perform on an active aircraft carrier. This happened between 15 October and 14 December,1970.
193 Business card Al Solombrino's business card. Al's the name, drum corps' is the game.
194 1971 BASS DRUM HEAD This is the original bass drum head painted by our own Ed DeAngelis. This is safe and hanging on a wall in our house.
195 71 Thank you card We passed these out while collecting money.
196 MEMBER WINDOW STICKER
197 1971 BOOSTER
198 1971 BOOSTER Alright. Who let Adelva talk to the printer?
199 1971 Button
200 LAUNCHING OF THE FLEET 1971 This was the elaborate display presented at Father Brennan Hall when the new image for the corps was announced. We had a banquet and other festivities. Slushy's co-worker, Billy Montgomery did all the display work.
201 1971 LAUNCHING OF THE FLEET This was the elaborate display presented at Father Brennan Hall when the new image for the corps was announced. We had a banquet and other festivities. Slushy's co-worker, Billy Montgomery did all the display work.
202 1971 LAUNCHING OF THE FLEET This was the elaborate display presented at Father Brennan Hall when the new image for the corps was announced. We had a banquet and other festivities. Slushy's co-worker, Billy Montgomery did all the display work.
203 1971 LAUNCHING OF THE FLEET This was the elaborate display presented at Father Brennan Hall when the new image for the corps was announced. We had a banquet and other festivities. Slushy's co-worker, Billy Montgomery did all the display work.
204 1971 LYNN CITY HALL This was the first public showing with the new sailor uniforms.
205 1971 LYNN This was the first public showing with the new sailor uniforms.
206 1971 LYNN CITY HALL This was the first public showing of the new sailor uniforms.
207 1971 MINSTEREL SHOW
208 1971 MINSTREL SHOW
209 1971 MINSTREL SHOW
210 1971 McHugh Forum, Boston College. I think this is Drum Fest.
211 1971 SOLO Steve Solombrino playing the solo in The Naval Hymn at Everett Stadium, 1971.
212 1971 EVERETT STADIUM
213 1971 EVERETT STADIUM Dennis Reilly , solo
214 1971 EVERETT STADIUM Steve Solombrino, John Prochillo, Richie Hart, trio
215 1971 EVERETT STADIUM
216 1971 EVERETT STADIUM
217 1971 EVERETT STADIUM John Prochillo, Dennis Reilly, duo
218 1971 EVERETT STADIUM I think this is when we formed the ship.
219 1971 EVERETT STADIUM
220 1971 EVERETT STADIUM Steve Solombrino playing a solo with a broken hand. I really stuck out in the drill because I couldn't get my jacket over the cast. I KNOW. ITS ME AGAIN. AFTERALL ITS MY SITE! :)
221 1971 EVERETT STADIUM Steve Solombrino, John Prochilo and Richie Hart playing the trio.
222 1971 EVERETT STADIUM
223 1971 EVERETT STADIUM
224 1971 EVERETT STADIUM
225 1973 SPRING CAMP
226 1971 EVERETT STADIUM
227 TURN AROUND CRUISE 1971 Sharky and Slushy aboard the USS Constitution. The Comandant of the First Naval District used the Constitution as his flag ship. During the turn around cruises, the Admeral passed out personal invitations. The corps was alloted two, just this one time. Slushy was specifically named and he was allowed to bring a guest. We had a drawing and Sharkey won. Slushy still has the invitation and a large full color certificate naming him as a crew member for that specific cruise. Even today, being aboard during a turnaround cruise is a special honor.
228 1971 USS CONTIUTION TURNAROUND Sharky and Slushie got to go on a cruise. It was and still is an national honor to sail aboard the USS Constitution.
229 1971 TICKET This was our annual show that alternated year to year from CYO to Eastern Mass. It was always on a Wednesday night and was one of the very few week night shows for either circuit. We sold many tickets in advance of the show.
230 1971 FLAGS Manning Bowl.
231 1971 MIGHTYMIGHTS Tom Kerrins, David Reilly, Scott Solombrino, Stephen Shaheen and Tommy Gaff at Manning Bowl.
232 1971 WORLD OPEN Cheryl Clark (Solombrino) standing outside Manning Bowl ready for the prelims. The stripes did not show up in the color guard uniforms till 1972.
233 1971 WORLD OPEN Here is Cheryl Clark (Solombrino) at Manning Bowl. Our bus is in the picture as well. The Anzuoni family (owners of Service Bus Lines, Plymouth & Brockton, Brush Hill and McGinn of Lynn) was very good to us. In addition to the deep discount they put the corps name on the roll signs of all their busses. We arrived at each show in style with our name on the buses.
234 1971 BOYS' BUS Here we are on the way to the US Open in Marion, Ohio. Steve and Scott Solombrino, Tommy Upton, Steve MacEvoy, Tony Ordiwardi, Rob Hart, Tommy Gaff, and Artie Shannon among others.
235 1971 MARION, OHIO Kerri Howell on the girls bus. Kerri does not look happy.
236 1971 MARION, OHIO Sue Doherty standing and Patty O'Keefe looking over the edge of the luggage rack on the girls bus.
237 1971 MARION OHIO
238 1971 MARION, OHIO Load the bus! Unload the bus!
239 1971 MARION OHIO U.S. Open parade. Every corps had a custom made sign.
240 1971 MARION, OHIO
241 1971 MARION, OHIO
242 1971 MARION, OHIO
243 1971 MARION, OHIO
244 1971 MARION, OHIO
245 1971 MARION, OHIO
246 1971 MARION, OHIO This is our host family in Marion, OH.
247 1971 MARION, OHIO This is our host family in Marion, OH.
248 1971 MARION, OHIO This is our host family in Marion, OH. Note Buz Walsh on the right in his corps jacket.
249 1971 MARION, OHIO This is our host family in Marion, OH.
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252 U.S. Open Seat Cushion This if from the 1971 U.S. Open in Marion, Ohio. As we all remember, stadium seating was not comfortable. These made a big difference. I commend the U.S. Open staff as these are particularly nice. They held up very well with use and have the logo on both sides.
253 1971 LETTER TO THE EDITOR Here is a letter to the editor of the Revere Journal that speaks of us and the Revere Police in glowing terms.
254 Color Guard Shirt The color guard wore these with a white duck A line skirt. These were sourced from a chain store.
255 Color Guard Vest The color guard wore these over the striped long sleeve shirt. They had four large brass buttons like the horn and drum jackets. This one had the buttons removed after the corps merged.
256 Shirt for Horns and Drums Our mothers found a chain store (Zayres? Almy's?) that could sell us lots of these cheap. They were more durable than expected and were colorfast.
257 Pants for Horns and Drums These were used by the horns and drums. They were U.S. Navy dress whites that were purchased from surplus stores. They were very hard to keep clean but we looked sharp on the field.
258 Jacket for Drums and Horns These were custom made.
259 Corps Jacket This is an example of the corps jackets we bought in 1971 to match our new nautical theme. We put the "I.C." back into the name on these, not because the wounds had healed form the senior corps debacle, but we needed a place to practice. I added the soprano patch and corps button.
260 Corps T Shirt This is from 1971 when we introduced our new nautical theme.
261 SHIP BOOSTER
262 BUMPER STICKER
263 BUMPER STICKER
264 72 Launching of the Fleet This is a ticket to the 1972 Launching of the Fleet held in Farther Brennal Hall. We had a pre-season banquet to usher in the new season.
265 Wakefeild 4th of July Parade While there is no image of the corps here, who could forget marching this parade?
266 DRUM FEST BOSTON COLLEGE 1972 The old 4200 seat McHugh Forum.The tile floor that was used when there was no ice was just as slippery as the ice itself. Remember, in those days most footwear had leather or hard rubber soles.
267 DRUM FEST BOSTON COLLEGE 1972 McHugh Forum
268 72 Heart Fund Invitational This is a publicity photo that appeared in a local newspaper to promote the 1972 Heart Fund Invitational. That is Revere Mayor Bill Reinstein with Cindy Anderson.
269 USS CONSTITUTION 1972 Turn around cruise day, 1972.
270 ADELVA AND TJ CONSTITUTION Turn around cruise day,1972.
271 USS CONSTITUTION Turn around cruise day, 1972.
272 USS CONSTITUTION Turn around cruise day, 1972.
273 USS CONSTITUTION Turn around cruise day, 1972.
274 USS CONSTITUTION 1972 Turn around cruise day, 1972.
275 USS CONSTITUTION 1972 Turn around cruise day, 1972
276 USS CONSTITUTION Turn around cruise day, 1972. The sailors in the background look very interested in what's passing by!
277 USS CONSTITUTION Turn around cruise day, 1972.
278 USS CONSTITUTION Turn around cruise day, 1972.
279 72 Turn Around Cruise The drum line at the USS Constitution.
280 72 Turn Around Cruise Here are the Rifles at the USS Constitution 1972 Turn Around Cruise. Left to right are Kerri Howell, Patty O'Keefe, Kathy Kerrins and Ann Murphy.
281 72 Turn Around Cruise This is the rear of the sopranos at the 1972 USS Constitution.
282 72 Turn Around Cruise Here are the baritones at the USS Constitution featuring Eddie Gaff.
283 72 Turn Around Cruise A nice artistic photo of Eddy Gaff's horn at the USS Constitution.
284 72 Turn Around Cruise The bass drums at the USS Constitution. Steve Dempsey and Billy Fallon on the double bass. "Billy Fallon, is that..." View Comments...
285 72 Turn Around Cruise John Prochillo letting loose at the USS Constitution.
286 72 Turn Around Cruise The main deck of the USS Constitution.
287 72 Turn Around Cruise Some of the guns of the USS Constitution.
288 1972 REVERE MEMORIAL DAY PARADE Marching down Central Ave.
289 1972 REVERE MEMORIAL DAY PARADE Marching down Central Ave.
290 1972 REVERE MEMORIAL DAY PARADE Marching down Central Ave.
291 1972 From a contest program.
292 1972 REVERE MEMORIAL DAY PARADE Adelva Solombrino on Central Ave.
293 1972 REVERE MEMORIAL DAY PARADE Marching down Central Ave.
294 1972 REVERE MEMORIAL DAY PARADE Intersection of Central Ave. and Beach Street
295 72 Reveries Here we are at Paul Revere/Harry Delorusso Stadium in Revere. Judging by the light, I think this is the 4th of July exhibition. "If you make this real..." ".." View Comments...
296 1972 INDIVIDUALS Chery Clark (Solombrino) at the Individuals at Chicopee, MA. The strange uniform is because the contestants represented themselves, not their units. Cheryl was competitive with a rifle (2 2nds and a 3rd) and a flag and went on to teach corps and bands.
297 1972 CHERYL CLARK Color guard individuals at Chicopee, MA,wearing a made up uniform.
298 1972 CHERYL CLARK 1972 Color guard individuals at Chicopee, MA with Wayne Cunningham and Joanna Dulong. Cheryl is in a made up uniform, Wayne is in an I.C. Everett uniform and Joanna is in a St. Williams Tewksbury uniform.
299 1972 WYANE CUNNINGHAM At colorguard individuals at Chicopee, MA, wearing an I.C. Everett uniform.
300 1972 WYANE CUNNINGHAM At colorguard individuals at Chicopee, MA, wearing an I.C. Everett uniform.
301 1972 INDIVIDUALS CHICOPEE, MA Joanna Dulong Saint Williams Tewskbury, MA
302 1972 6/15 REVERE JOURNAL This is the press release for our annual show, Music Under the Stars. "I know 3 of the peopl..." View Comments...
303 1972 LYNN ITEM One day the Lynn Item called and wanted to do a feature on the corps. They needed us to show up at their Revere office ASAP. We started the call list and several members were able to show up on short notice. Here is the result.
304 1972 NIAGRA FALLS On the way home from Marion, Ohio we stopped at Niagra Falls, Ontario.
305 1972 NIAGRA FALLS This is the incline railway that takes people to the top of the pallisade at Niagra Falls, Ontario.
306 1972 NIAGRA FALLS, ONT
307 1972 NIAGRA FALLS, ONT
308 1972 NIAGRA FALLS, ONT
309 1972 NIAGRA FALLS, ONT
310 1972 NIAGRA FALLS, ONT
311 1972 NIAGRA FALLS, ONT
312 1972 NIAGRA FALLS, ONT
313 1972 NIAGRA FALLS, ONT Jimmy Hickey feeding the seals at the Aquarium in Niagra Falls, Ont.
314 1972 NIAGRA FALLS, ONT Jimmy Hickey feeding the seals at the Aquarium in Niagra Falls, Ont.
315 1972 NIAGRA FALLS, ONT Jimmy Hickey feeding the seals at the Aquarium in Niagra Falls, Ont.
325 1972 Marion OH Arthur Reilly shows Dick Burke the latest in staff fashion.
326 1972 U.S. Open Marion, OH
327 1972 Lynn, MA World Open parade
328 1972 Lynn, MA World Open parade
329 1972 PARADE I'm not sure where this was but the girls look sharp! "That's Mrs. Edge on t..." View Comments...
330 1973 BOSTON GLOBE Here is another Herb Cole column where he predicts we will have a great 1973 season.
331 1973 WINTER GUARD The guard has just started their show.
332 1973 WINTER GUARD I'm not sure where this show was.
333 1973 WINTER GUARD Looks like the final moves here.
334 1973 SPRING CAMP Not the best field but it at least had grass! This is the Iron Mountain House in Jackson, NH. Who remembers the bull?
335 1973 SPRING CAMP Sure, the Iron Mountain House was 80 years past it's prime, the practice field looked more like a used mine field and the bull was not happy but hey, Spring camp was as much for charactor building as it was for show building. (Hey, we had fun!) "I remember the camp....." View Comments...
336 1973 SPRING CAMP Yet another photo of practice. Anybody got a shot of the conga line from the night before? "Hi- Very glad to see ..." View Comments...
337 1973 SPRING CAMP Didn't someone get chased by the bull?
338 1973 PARADE The flag line at a parade.
339 1973 PARADE
340 1973 Concert formation.
341 1973 PARADE
342 1973 AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL OPEN 1973 American International Open at Butler, PA.
343 1973 BUTLER PA
344 1973 AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL OPEN I think we look good here. In my opinion the small size of the corps hurt us in the Open Class. That never stopped us from doing our best.
345 1973 AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL OPEN We're trooping the stands after our prelimanary show in Butler.
346 1973 BUTLER PA The Anzuoni family own a number of bus lines including Plymouth and Brocton, Brush Hill Tours and McGinn Tours. It all started with Service Bus lines in Revere in the 1920's. They were always very good to their home town Reveries. The corps name was on all their bus roll signs so whenever we used an Anzuoni bus, the corps would arrive in style with the corps name on the roll sign. "Another interesting p..." View Comments...
347 1973 BUTLER PA
348 1973 BUTLER, PA The school.
349 1973 BUTLER, PA This is the full name of the school. Hey, who stole the joint?
350 1973 Butler, PA Just in case there was a question as to who took over the school, we ran our flag up the pole.
351 1973 BUTLER, PA Some of the members relax.
352 1973 BUTLER, PA Home sweet home!
353 1973 BUTLER, PA Billy Bowden and Diane Gail, maybe?
354 1973 BUTLER, PA Cheryl Clark and Rita Fletcher during a quiet moment.
355 1973 BUTLER, PA "BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS!"
356 1973 Butler, PA Here the guard is working the show in the gym.
357 1973 Butler, PA
358 1973 BUTLER, PA Gretchen Summers on the bus.
359 1973 BUTLER, PA Jackie Gaff outside the school.
360 1973 BUTLER, PA Jimmy Walsh by the pool. Hey! I don't remember a pool!
361 1973 BUTLER, PA Rita Fletcher in the gym.
362 1973 BUTLER, PA Steve Solombrino and Bill Bowden make their entrance. The paparazzi were waiting!
363 1973 BUTLER, PA Mr. Sweeney and Tommy Gaff. Where are his films? Let's get them on vidio. "Hi, I am Jack Sweeney..." View Comments...
364 1973 BUTLER, PA Joanne King in the school. "That's Joanne King" View Comments...
365 1973 BUTLER, PA Who is that masked man?
366 1973 BUTLER, PA "HI HO, SILVER!" Slushie on a pony.
378 1973 butler, PA Planing yet another raid on an unsuspecting McDonalds.
379 1973 BUTLER, PA The cleaning crew in action. "Betty Jordan &" View Comments...
380 1973 Probably a Sunday afternoon CYO show.
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383 ANCHOR Dillboy Field, 72 or 73.
384 1973 DRUM HEAD I still have this in my collection. Eddie DeAngelis did the artwork.
385 1973 I C CHURCH Marching from Father Brennan Hall to the start of either the Memorial Day or Columbus Day parade.
386 1973 MILLITARY BALL
387 THE FAMOUS UNIFORM HISTORY PHOTO Artie Shannon (bowling shirt), Tom Shaheen (senior corps tunic), Mike Merret (sailor) and Tom Upton (red and white junior corps).
388 Eastern Mass Finals Champions The Reveries here. After the Senior corps was disbanded, the Reveries won Eastern Mass Class C in 1968 and Class A II (Class B) in 1970. Through the years, even though the corps didn't win a lot of local championships, the Reveries were very competitive throughout all the years they competed locally. While it is not reflected here, the senior corps, the junior corps and the post 1967 corps won many local shows. The corps was always full of great talent.
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392 FIRE 1974 Father Brennan Hall the night of the fire. Tommy Upton (RIP), Mike Merret, Arthur Reilly, John Mauro, Tommy Kerrins, Tom Shaheen and Al Solombrino. As you look at the crime scene photos you can see the fire started in three seperate locations, all of which just happened to be the three storage areas for the corps equipment. We were lucky that our equipment truck didn't burn and that many of the other items we needed on the field were safe at home with the members.
393 FIRE DAMAGE 1974 Father Brennan Hall
394 FIRE DAMAGE 1974 Father Brennan Hall
395 FIRE DAMAGE 1974 Father Brennan Hall
396 FIRE DAMAGE 1974 Father Brennan Hall
397 1974 Snare Line 1974 Snare Line (L to R) Joe Dalessio, Mike Merrett, Tom Shaheen, Arthur Shannon, Tommy Upton, Jim MacConduibh.
398 1974 BOSTON GLOBE Herb Cole wrote a feature column in the Boston Globe each week. Here he mentions the corps. "My very first marchin..." View Comments...
399 1974 Quincy Parade Here Murial Shannon makes the papers.
400 DCI EAST 1974 DCI East, July 27, 1974, Lowell, MA. The horn line are wearing corps jackets because the uniform jackets were burned in the Father Brennan Hall fire before the season started.
403 1968 to 1974 Roster This roster is not complete. I've found at least a few names missing but these are most of the kids that marched with the Reveries after the senior corps was disbanded after the 1967 season. The roster seems a bit short for six competitive seasons but many of the members marched for many years. There was not a lot of turnover year to year. Many of these people started marching with the junior corps years before 1968 and many of these people marched for years after 1974 with other corps. In fact, some people on this list are still marching in 2017! Most are still close friends today and others we hear from occasionally. Unfortunately, some have passed away. We miss these members but we remember them as great marching members and close friends.
404 1974 This photo was taken in the fall of 1974 at the Chelsea Armory. We had separated from the church after the 1974 ended. This is shortly before we merged with the Blue Angels. This is probably the last photo ever taken of the I.C. Reveres. Not all the members were present for this photo
405 1975 TICKET
406 75 Blue Angel Reveries This is the remainder of the corps after we merged with the Danvers Blue Angels. This corps only lasted the 1975 season then merged with the Cardinals to become the North Star. We won a regional championship that year. "This was a fun year w..." View Comments...
407 BLUE ANGEL REVERIES 1975
408 1975 Blue Angel Reveries
409 BLUE ANGEL REVERIES 1975
410 BLUE ANGEL REVERIES 1975
411 1975 Left to right, Alice, Pokey, Jeff Bolduc, Steve Solombrino, Mark Mulvanity and John Prochillo. John wore an odd Reveries uniform because he both conducted and played.
412 1975 CHERYL CLARK Hamming it up for the camera.
413 1976 TICKET
414 80 Reunion Ticket Who remembers this night at the Elks on Broadway? "I do not" View Comments...
415 1986 Reunion T Shirt The corps had a reunion in 1986 and we made these shirt up. It was a reunion of those that marched after the senior corps was disbanded after the 1967 season up until the merger with the Blue Angels after the 1974 season.
416 1992 DCI FINALS MADISON WISCONSIN TJ Doucette and Steve Solombrino at retreat.
417 SOLOMBRINOS AT 1992 REUNION
418 1992 Cheryl Solombrino and Deb Cruthers
419 1992 the Gayle family and Cheryl
420 1992 Cheryl Solombrino with some of Dotty's photos.
421 1992 Reunion Drummers
422 1992 Reunion Bill, Pauline and Adelva.
423 1992 Reunion Marla, Michael and Judy.
424 1992 Reunion Debbie McEvoy and Adelva Solombrino
425 1992 Reunion Parents. The corps would never have existed without their hard work. Marion Gale, Bill Daugherty, Pauline Daugherty, Adelva Solombrino, Al Solombrino, Mrs. Dempsy, Murial Shannon, Paul Shannon.
426 1992 Reunion The color guard.
427 Reunion Group Shot Father Brennan Hall group shot.
428 94 BOSTON UNIVERSITY It seems we can never get enough. Over 40 former I.C. Reveries marched with 27th in 1994. Nancy Scopa, Marla Dodge, George Domey, Artie Shannon, Gary Covits, Michael Doherty, Cheryl Clark, Jim Cunningham, Donna Delorey, Jim Walsh, Peter Bonaccoursi, Jim Chiavelli, Bob Delorey, Dan Moschella, Eddie DeAngelis, Jimmy Hickey, Steve Solombrino, Duffy Silk, Barbara Hunt. There were many others who marched or were on staff that year including many from the senior Reveries (pre 27th).
429 TOM SUMMERS 1995 RIP I got to know Tom better in his later years. He was a great guy and a very big drum corps nut. He loved the activity. We went to shows together a few times and had a blast.
430 Prince House of Pizza 04/04/2002
431 Prince House of Pizza 04/04/2002
432 Prince House of Pizza 04/04/2002
433 Prince House of Pizza 04/04/2002 L to R Debbie, Debbie, Cheryl, Dotty, Dianne, Cheryl, Debbie and Dianne
434 Prince House of Pizza 04/04/2002
435 Prince House of Pizza 04/04/2002 Steve Solombrino, Mike Doherty and Mike Merrett
436 2010 Manning Bowl Steve, Cheryl and Slushy Solombrino having a drum corps meal at Manning Bowl before the DCI show.
437 2010 Manning Bowl Still friends decades later.
438 Prince House of Pizza 04/04/2002 Steve Solombrino, Michael Doherty and Mike Merrett "Mike Merrett, Michael..." "boy you guys sure get..." View Comments...
439 2010 Mass Drum Corp Hall of Fame Slushy with his Hall of Fame certificate. He was very honored to be inducted to the Hall of Fame but was even more excited to see so many of his drum corps "kids" at the banquet.
440 2010 Mass Drum Corp Hall of Fame Some of Slushy's supporters at his Hall of Fame induction. FLR Karen Goff, Jimmy Walsh, Michael Goff, RLR Bobby Cotter, Donna Cotter. Notice the special Slushy buttons that were made up. "Dare's da door!"
441 C 2010 Jimmy Walsh, Cheryl Solombrino and Steve Solombrino at American Legion Post 61, Revere, MA.
442 2016 Plymouth Show Steve Solombrino wearing his corps jacket and hat. It is always great to see drum corps friends line Artie and Laurie Shannon.
443 1967 STATESMEN JRS. Cheryl Clark in in there somewhere. Can you pick her out?
444 1967 STATESMEN JRS. Nice shot of the color guard. Notice the weird dress of the drummers.
445 1967 STATESMEN JRS. Everett 4th of July parade?
446 1967 STATESMEN JRS. A shot of the back of the flag line. The staff had great jackets. That's Mr McAvoy showing his dedication to the kids. "That .......wa.s a.ct..." "Yes that is my Uncle ..." "Me too Tony... Me too..." View Comments...
447 1967 STATESMEN JRS. Everett Stadium.
448 1967 STATESMEN JRS. Everett Stadium
449 1967 Statesmen Drum Major of the Statesmen Sr. Corps. This is non other than Dick Burke. Dick still judges DCI today!
450 67 Statesmen with Ted Kennedy The guy in the foreground is Ted Kennedy. In the background is Dick Burke on bass drum. Of course Ted is still in the U.S. Senate but Dick is also still active as a DCI judge!
451 1967STATESMEN JRS. A bit blurred but hey, not many photos of this corps exist.
452 1960's World Open Ticket Diagram This is a Manning Bowl ticket diagram from about 1966. Many great performances were viewed in this stadium over the years. I remember Wes Hobby announcing at the World Open and the thrilling setting under the lights. The crowds were always enthralled and displayed their approval of each performance with boisterous applause and standing ovations. When the corps trooped the stands heading for the exit, the crowds often went wild for an exceptionally exciting and well performed show.
453 Manning Bowl, Lynn, MA
454 MANNING BOWL The site of the World Open and many other drum corps shows over the decades.
455 Manning Bowl Under construction.
456 Manning Bowl This is shortly before demolition.
457 THE END OF MANNING BOWL Under demolition.
458 Stetson Richmond Stetson was one of the first to record drum corps starting in the 1950's. It was a hobby though he would press vinyl discs of individual performances on an on demand basis. He recorded everyone at any show he attended. His body of work is outstanding for quality and rarity. Unfortunately, because this was a hobby, he often bulk erased his reel to reel tapes from time to time to save money. Much of his original recordings only live on with the rare vinyl discs that survive and the relatively small number of tapes that still exist in an archive. He deserves a lot of credit for enabling our performances to live on.
459 Stetson Richmond Here's an ad for Stetson's recordings.
460 Moe Knox Slushy was very friendly with Moe. He was the "official" photographer for Drum Corps News. Thousands of marching members from hundreds of corps are very grateful that Moe photo documented our activity. He still does today. Many of our memories are only with us today through his photography. He worked hard to get each corps high points and signature moments. His candid shots of individual members were always well composed and he is very picky about what he will print from his negatives. If the shot was poorly composed, out of focus or improperly exposed, he will not print it. He wants not only his photographic reputation to meet a high standard, he wants his subjects presented in the most positive way.
461 Moe Knox
462 American Legion, Revere, MA American Legion Post 61, Revere, MA. This post sponsored both the Revere Columbus Day Parade and the Memorial Day Parade. The members were also supportive of both the Reveries and the 27th Lancers through personal donations and other unheralded support. The Reveries kids used to hang out there and many years later, the Legion hosted many 27th Lancer Alumni rehearsals and social events. Several Legionaries marched in drum corps or had family that did. At one time they had a marching band that Slushy and his dad Carmine marched in together.
463 OUR PARENTS IN REVERE HIGH SCHOOL BAND circa 1946. For some of us our drum corps experience was set before we were born. Our parents Adelva Fernandes Solombrino, Al Solombrino, and Paul Shannon were in the band together. Other parents hung around with this crew like Janet Prochilo who became a music teacher and provided us with John, Jim and their brother Joe (who didn't get to march).
464 MINSTREL SHOW Really now. Is there anything that our parents and their friends wouldn't do to raise money for the corps?
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466 MINSTREL SHOW Dads in Drag.
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469 MINSTREL SHOW Mr. Upton, RIP.
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477 MINSTREL SHOW Adelva Solombrino
478 MINSTREL SHOW Bill Doherty
479 MINSTREL SHOW Adelva Solombrino
480 MINSTREL SHOW Adelva Solombrino
481 MINSTREL SHOW Adelva Solombrino
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483 MINSTREL SHOW Mrs. Terry?
484 MINSTREL SHOW Bob Howell
485 MINSTREL SHOW Bob Osgood, Bill Doherty and Bob Howell
486 MINSTREL SHOW Margie Howell
487 MINSTREL SHOW Alice Mauro with the horn
488 MINSTREL SHOW Al "Slushy" Solombrio This is the only time I remember him playing in front of the corps. He marched with St. Anthony's Parish Band, Revere High School Band and marched with his dad in the American Legion Post #61 Band. He also had a dance band in high school, "Dance and Sway the Al Krey Way"!
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491 MINSTREL SHOW Bob Osgood
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494 MINSTREL SHOW Tony Coviello and ?
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498 MINSTREL SHOW Alice Mauro, RIP.
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501 BEVERLY CARDINALS Let's not forget our competitors that all helped to make us better than we would have been without them.
502 I.C. DUKES of MARLBORO
503 1971 MARION OHIO Blue Rock, U.S. Open parade
504 1971 MARION OHIO Blue Rock, U.S. Open parade
505 Riley Family Here is the Riley Family. Dennis, Arthur, Rose, Debbie and David.
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518 ONE OF OUR BUSES he Anzuoni family own a number of bus lines including Plymouth and Brocton, Brush Hill Tours and McGinn Tours. It all started with Service Bus lines in Revere in the 1920's. They were always very good to their home town Reveries. The corps name was on all their bus roll signs so whenever we used an Anzuoni bus, the corps would arrive in style with the corps name on the roll sign.
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552 ONE OF OUR BUSES he Anzuoni family own a number of bus lines including Plymouth and Brocton, Brush Hill Tours and McGinn Tours. It all started with Service Bus lines in Revere in the 1920's. They were always very good to their home town Reveries. The corps name was on all their bus roll signs so whenever we used an Anzuoni bus, the corps would arrive in style with the corps name on the roll sign.
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575 DRUMFEST 1965 Boston Arena IC Reveries senior corps in front of the Hawthorn Caballeros.
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579 DRUMFEST Boston Arena
580 DRUMFEST 1965 This was the opening show for the Boston area held at Boston Arena and later McHuge Forum. The corps lined up on the "starting line", kicked off and moved to the center of the rink for a park and blow. It was judged though I'm not sure anybody actually cared. The idea was to get the corps organized for the season, show off and gave an early deadline for the corps to at least get their music shows in order before the season started in late May. It was all trash talk, bravado, blasting the roof off and having a relaxed and fun atmosphere. Some would argue with that. For the crowd, it was a great night of in your face drum corps bliss!
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590 1966 The junior corps used to play at IC High School home football games. We usually froze and were stir crazy waiting for the half time so we could get it over with and go home. I don't remember wearing uniforms. IC won their league championship in 1966. I remember having to listen to the game on an AM radio station. When they won, we had to round up the junior corps and meet the team at the MDC rink at the Chelsea line. We then marched in parade formation back to the school. It was dark and unbearably cold. Of course, the team never got off the bus and were nice and warm while we celebrated their victory for them.
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617 SERVICE BUS LINES 6381 he Anzuoni family own a number of bus lines including Plymouth and Brocton, Brush Hill Tours and McGinn Tours. It all started with Service Bus lines in Revere in the 1920's. They were always very good to their home town Reveries. The corps name was on all their bus roll signs so whenever we used an Anzuoni bus, the corps would arrive in style with the corps name on the roll sign.
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748 2010 Mass Drum Corp Hall of Fame Peter Bowden and Kevin McDonald with The Legends. Peter marched with the Reveries senior corps and helped with the drill for the Reveries in 1974. Kevin marched with a lot of corps as both a kid and adult including the Reveries.
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821 1957 Senior corps Senior corps marching up Park Ave., Revere. This may be a parade or the corps is marching from I.C. to Paul Revere Stadium for an exhibition. The Junior corps was called on for half time entertainment at I.C. football games when I first marched in the fall of 1965 and for a couple of years later. "this is the "sen..." View Comments...