Jackson State University Sonic Boom of the South (2019-2020)



atl hornet

Well-Known Member
This is called individuality, the Boom hasn't, other bands don't have it!
one thing I can say about the Boom, even when I felt like SU, TxSU, PV, Bama State or Alcorn had a better year is that JSU is entertaining from the time they march in till the time they get on the bus

Most bands you can just wait till they get in the stands or wait till halftime (FAMU, Cookman) with JSU you have to get there super early to watch them march in
 

bernard

THEE Professor
1. The Best Damn Band in the Land
2. Sonic Boom of The South
 
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Blu Bengal

Active Member
Flashback Friday! Boombox Classic!

SU - Hay 1997 (While JSU Enters The Stadium)
[View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFawGGC6yVc

Jackson State -"Know When You've Been Defeated" - Haymer's Last Stand!
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWTBxUQxkBA

Sonic Boom of The South -"Do Whatcha Wanna"
View: https://youtu.be/okxjeI9Vq2Y

How the Boombox Classic Got its Name
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9tlnAYiicY

Halftime - Boombox Classic 2018 - Jackson State University
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9jQAQVJNmw
 

SIR_GRAM

Legend
I actually thought all the boos on both sides was really bad... We have to do better showing one another respect. The whole Booing thing isn't funny anymore.
One of the biggest lessons ive learned amongst "us", is that we do not respect and/or value one another. That is within the work world, college/university, fraternity/sorority, (internal body within the fraternity) and many more. I'm not including the funny chants or anything with schools and orgs. But the booing and personal relationships and dealings. We truly harm one another as well.
 

bernard

THEE Professor
1. Jackson State



As a drum major for Jackson State University’s elite marching band, Sonic Boom of the South, senior Jonathan Johnson is a leader in the eyes of his bandmates. But it was no easy job earning the prestigious position. After failing to make the squad his freshman year, Johnson proved that through hard work and perseverance, he could accomplish anything.
 
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Blu Bengal

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