Brandon Kovacic Outreach Coordinator and Cymbal Instructor BRANDON KOVACIC has performed and taught for a number of notable groups in Southern California. In addition to spending four years with Pacific Crest, he has represented the Tournament of Roses in Shanghai, China, for the Shanghai
Brian Stockard Percussion Manager and Snare Instructor BRIAN STOCKARD is originally from Hacienda Heights, California. His music studies began in the third grade with the trumpet, and then moved to the guitar in middle school, and eventually to percussion in high school. His drum corps
Andrew Bill Percussion Caption Supervisor ANDREW BILL is from Minneapolis, MN, where he studied under Elliot Fine, Principal Percussionist for the Minnesota Orchestra. Upon relocating to Texas, he pursued a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education from the University of North Texas.
Pete Sapadin Percussion Arranger PETE SAPADIN is a marching percussion specialist based in Southern California, who excels at teaching his students the skills necessary to perform at the highest levels in the marching activity. Mr. Sapadin performed with the Velvet Knights in 1987
Vince Gardner Bass Drum Instructor VINCE GARDNER was inspired by the drum and bugle corps activity as a high school student in 1987. He performed with the Kingsmen (1988, 1989), Velvet Knights (1990), Santa Clara Vanguard (1991, 1992), and DCI Champion Cadets of Bergen County in 1993, his ageout
Matt Regua Snare Drum Instructor MATT REGUA began drumming at age eight, and by 17, was performing in the snare line with Pacific Crest. He would continue with PC for three years, and was the percussion section leader in 2005. Matt went on to perform with the Blue Devils in 2006
John Meehan Music Director and Brass Arranger JOHN M. MEEHAN is most notably known as the brass caption head for The Blue Devils Drum & Bugle Corps and the owner of JKS Music. John has been on the teaching staff of The Blue Devils since 1994, taking over as caption head in 2006.
Angela Tousley Visual Coordinator and Choreographer ANGELA TOUSLEY is currently the dance teacher at Alta Loma High School. She studied dance with an emphasis in choreography, earning her Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, WA. She then completed her