1st Michigan Colonial Fife & Drum Corps
Sterling Heights, MI
Adamsville Ancients Fife and Drum Corps
Delmar, New York, USA
The Adamsville Ancients Fife and Drum Corps was established in 1988 as a non-profit organization in Delmar, New York, a suburb of Albany. The Adamsville Ancients march in local civic and holiday parades and travel throughout New York and New England to participate in many fife and drum musters.
Argovia Rebels Fife & Drum Corps
The 2006 founded Argovia Rebels maintain the traditional fifes and drums, as played in New England an presented in period costumes. The formation is composed of the Colour Guard, the Drum Major, the Fifes, the Snare and Bass Drummer.
California Consolidated Drum Band
Historically based corps with accurate impressions 1757-1886
Chester Fife and Drum Corps
Chester, CT USA
Established in 1868, one of the oldest continuous fife and drum corps.
Colonel John Chester Fife and Drum Corps
Col John Chester Fife and Drum Corps is CT's oldest Junior Fife and Drum Corps and is based out of Wethersfield CT. The corps was formed in 1940 and welcomes members ages 7-21. Col John rehearses on Wednesday nights from 6:30-8:30 at Hanmer Elementary School, 50 Francis Street, Wethersfield.
Fall River, MA
Massachusetts State Naval Militia
Connecticut Blues Fife & Drum
Organized 1975 - Uniforms modeled after 1875 U.S. Army Infantry
The corps was organized during the summer of 1978 and plays a mix of traditional and contemporary selections. The corps preforms all throughout the East Coast, as well as, several trips to Europe.
Connecticut Valley Field Music
19th Century, Civil War Era
Just six fifers doing their best to find as many harmonies as possible...
Grand Republic Fife and Drum Corps
The Grand Republic Fife and Drum Corps recreates the sounds of the 1890's by marrying the legacy of the music performed by Civil War veterans with the nostalgia of the Gilded Age.
Our goals are to provide educational opportunities in music, continue the tradition of early military music, to provide an opportunity for citizenship development, and to provide an opportunity for social interaction.
Higganum-Haddam Fife & Drum Corps
Junior Colonial Fife and Drum Corps of Westbrook, CT
The Junior Colonials Fife and Drum Corps was organized in 1961 to educate its' members in musicianship and in the heritage of the fife and drum movement. In addition, a goal of the Corps was to provide fun for its' members within a family atmosphere.
Kentish Guard Rhode Island Militia
East Greenwich, RI
The Kentish Guards Fife and Drum Corps is the field music of the Kentish Guards, RI Historic Militia, chartered October 29th, 1774. The original KGF&DC consisted of 2 fifers and 2 drummers, instructed by William Williams. The present KGF&DC was reorganized as a regimental sized unit in 1966.
Lancraft Fife & Drum Corps
North Haven, CT
Senior Ancient corps since 1888.
Los Angeles Fifes & Drums
Los Angeles, CA
The Los Angeles Fifes & Drums is an organization made up of professional level musicians located in the Greater Los Angeles Metropolitan Area. This group is fortunate to have members that have many years of experience on their particular instruments playing this style of music.
Marlborough Jr Ancient Fife and Drum Corps
The Marlborough Junior Ancient Fife & Drum Corps is a junior corps made up of students between the ages of 8 and 18. They are dedicated to preserving the art of Ancient Fifing and Drumming. This corps was formed in 1964 in conjunction with the Marlborough Volunteer Fire Department.
Marquis of Granby Junior Ancient Fyfe & Drum Corps
Junior Corps established in 1969, pre-revolutionary period
Middlesex County 4-H Fife and Drum Corps
The Middlesex County 4-H Fife & Drum Corps was formed in 1972 as a 4-H club in Concord, Massachusetts, in anticipation of that town’s celebration of the United States bicentennial. Its members come from different towns in eastern Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Members range in age from eight to eighteen.
Middlesex County Volunteers Fifes & Drums
Medford, Massachusetts, USA
Middlesex County Volunteers Fifes & Drums was established in 1982 by Boston-area musicians who wished to further explore the traditional repertoires of the regimental fife and drum corps associated with the European or American armies during the American War for Independence, 1775-1783.
Mile High Fife and Drum Corps
A twenty-plus year-old loosely knit and ever-changing organization playing traditional fife and drum music in parades and performances wearing uniforms that vary from American colonial, to frontier to civil war.
Monumental City Ancient Fife and Drum Corps
Promoting ancient style fife and drum music in Baltimore and the greater DMV (DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia) since 1950.
Moodus Drum & Fife Corps
The open stick "ancient" style of drumming, a hallmark of the Moodus Corps, has been reverently handed down from those ancient times to the present. When combined with the early 1800's Eli Brown drums this style creates a truly unique sound.
Plymouth Fife and Drum Corps
The Plymouth Fife and Drum Corps consists of students, ranging in ages 12 – 18, who gather from Plymouth and surrounding communities year round in preparation for their performance season.
Rhine River Rebels Switzerland
Following the Swiss Regimentals (disbanded 2001) some of the earlier Swiss Regimentals founded the Rhine River Rebels end of 2001. 2004 the RRR visited the DRAM and since then every 3rd year. RRR is closely connected to the Old Guard and MCV and is a partner corps of the CT Patriots.
Sailing Masters of 1812
The Sailing Masters of 1812 is a 501(c)3 Corporation. We are dedicated to keeping ancient fifing & drumming as part of American Musical History and to keeping Essex's history alive. Our uniform is a Naval uniform of the third officer on board ship during the War of 1812, also known as the Sailing Master.
Second Company Governor's Foot Guard Field Music
The Second Company Governor's Foot Guard is part of the Connecticut militia dating back to 1775. Field Music, Infantry, Color Guard, and Band are all part of today's Second Company Governor's Foot Guard.
Stony Creek Fife and Drum Corps
Stony Creek, CT
The Stony Creek Fife & Drum Corps was founded in 1886 in the village of Stony Creek, CT. The Corps is an all-male organization with members ranging in age from 10 years old and up. The Corps is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and one of the founding members of the Company of Fifers & Drummers.
The Fifes and Drums of York Town
The Fifes and Drums of YorkTown was originally formed in 1976 by the County of York as part of the Bicentennial Celebration of the American Revolution. The Corps continues its mission to preserve and present Revolutionary War era fife and drum music to expose the public to this historically unique and important ar
Tippecanoe Ancient Fife & Drum Corps
Tittabawassee Valley Fife & Drum
The Tittabawassee Valley Fife & Drum Corps, headquartered in Midland, Michigan, honors our American heritage through reenactment of the military music and pageantry of the American Revolution.
United States Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps
The Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps is the only unit of its kind in the armed forces, and is part of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard). The Fife and Drum Corps is stationed at Fort Myer, VA.
Vermont Field Music
Civil War era uniforms , organized 2016
Village Volunteers FDC
Founded in 1956, the Village Volunteers is a family corps based in the Albany, NY area. Members range in age from 10 to 50-plus, with a repertoire of some 60 tunes.
Westbrook Drum Corps
In the winter of 1909-1910, a group of about 20 young men organized to form the Westbrook Drum Corps. fifers included: Ty and George Manstan, John and Chapman Holbrook, Alex Brooks, Gilbert Spencer, Irving Bohling, Charlie Clark, Fred Ames, Charlie Brainard, and Lee Kelsey. Bill McCoombs and Paul Hoxsie later join
Wild Bunch Drum & Fife Corps
The Wild Bunch Drum and Fife Corps from Basel perform in the "Ancient" American drum and fife style which is cultivated on the east coast of the USA. The name of the corps is derived from an infamous gang of lawless people.
William Diamond Junior Fife & Drum Corps
Formed in 2002 in Lexington, the William Diamond Juniors consist of boys and girls ranging from ages eight to eighteen. We are a teaching corps, and our members receive a quality music education and an understanding of our great American tradition through the music.
Williamsburg Field Musick
Represents 18th Continental Line Fifes and Drums. Red regimentals with blue facings. Perform regularly in South Eastern US.
Windsor Fife & Drum Corps
The Windsor Fife and Drum Corps was established in January 1985. In the thirty years since it's founding, the Corps has performed in over 1,500 parades, musters and competitions.
Yalesville Senior Ancient Drum Corps
Yalesville (Wallingford), CT
Ancient fife and drum corps. Originally formed in the late 1800's. Active through the 1950's. Reorganized in 1975 by a nucleus of Yalesville Junior alumni. Celebrated their 100th anniversary of active participation a few years ago.
Young American Patriots Fife & Drum Corps
One of a very few California-based fife & drum organizations. Founded in 2010 by former New Jersey fifer “Jersey-Jason” (student of legendary fifer Jimmy Douglas), YAPs is a performance-oriented junior corps dedicated to perpetuating the music, history & heritage of our nation's founding.