Fulton, NY United States
|1962||Granada * Chiu Chiu * Washington Post March * My Shawl * Carioca * Spanish Doll * The Bull Fighter * If Ever I Would Leave You (from Camelot)|
|1963||Granada * Spanish Doll * Jamaica Farewell * What Kind Of Fool Am I (from Stop The World I Want To Get Off!) * Carioca * Rabaul March (from Victory at Sea) * If Ever I Would Leave You (from Camelot)|
|1965||Lawrence Of Arabia * Blueberry Hill * El Relicario * Me And My Shadow * What Kind Of Fool Am I (from Stop The World I Want To Get Off!) * Java * Fairest of the Fair * People|
The corps’ colors are red, black and white.
The Gauchos were consistent first and second prize winners in New York-Canadian Association contests, and sponsored an annual contest called the Upstate Review.
The Gauchos were active through at least 1966.
[Encyclopedia of Drum and Bugle Corps, 1966]
Highest Score 61.700
Final show in DCX Archives July 21, 1962 3rd Annual Matador Review Cortland NY placed 3 with a score of 61.700
Highest Score 82.900
Final show in DCX Archives October 13, 1963 2nd Annual Tops In Tones Prospect NY placed 1 with a score of 72.500
Highest Score 83.300
Final show in DCX Archives August 29, 1964 Band Festival 64: NY-Canadian Sr Finals Waterloo ONT Canada placed 3 with a score of 77.050
Highest Score 83.800
Final show in DCX Archives August 21, 1965 2nd Annual Drums Along the Mohawk Utica NY placed 5 with a score of 59.850
Highest Score 56.240
Final show in DCX Archives August 28, 1971 Penn-York Circuit Championships Finals Liverpool NY placed 5 with a score of 39.900
Highest Score 0.000
Final show in DCX Archives July 7, 1974 Oswego NY