Cleveland firefighter’s memorial pipes drums

January 29th, 2009 - 12:14 am ICT by David M N James  

The craze is on and everyone is eyeing to have a stint. The Cleveland firefighters memorial pipes drums have become one of those rare treats, which most people do not want to miss. Though dubbed as a controversial march, the memorial march will proceed. The truly ambiguous about it being the numerous equipment that these wonderful firemen sport during the march. This dramatic and almost musical march is what is the truly profound about the ‘Cleveland firefighters memorial pipes drums’.

The pipes and the drums make it peculiar. Obviously, there is the musical element that makes it such a wonderful event. Alas!! This is not just about the equipment; it’s about the ‘Cleveland firefighters memorial pipes drums band which featured predominantly during the Obama inauguration.’ One of the members moved after waving at the president during the event. Some of the band members have elicited various contentious statements about the band and the 2008 elections. It is evident some of them voted senator McCain but were singing for Obama as he was sworn president.

A recent debacle has given a blow to the Cleveland firefighters memorial pipes drums band. One of the members Major John Coleman has left the bad for nodding and waving to President Barack Obama during the bands parade expose during Obama’s inauguration. However, the drummer has said that he will not make another debut at the Cleveland Firefighters Memorial Pipes and Drums band. This adds controversy to the bands already contentious outlook

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