Kewanee Black Knights Sr

Kewanee, IL United States
Founded: 1949

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The Kewanee Black Knights, formed in 1949, was a senior marching and maneuvering corps based in Kewanee, Illinois. They were sponsored by the Kewanee American Legion Post 31.

The corps won the Illinois State American Legion Championships, the Illinois State Fair Championships, and were National Legion finalists for more than ten years.

The corps’ colors were black and white.

The Black Knights folded after the 1965 season.

[Encyclopedia of Drum and Bugle Corps, 1966; Jon Anderson, RAMD, 1/19/96]

Members (1)

Member Name Section Years Involved
Neuleib, Gregg soprano, mellophone 1965 to 1973
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