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HBCU Culture and Marching Band Tradition, Honda Battle of the Bands

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Brian “Blue” Smith was honored with the Honda HBCU Power of Dreams Award for his work with The BlueHeart Foundation, a nonprofit organization he created to help fulfill basic needs in Montgomery, Ala. 

16th Annual Honda Battle of the Bands Celebrates HBCU Culture and Marching Band Tradition
– Event featured performances by eight Historically Black College and University marching bands

– Brian “Blue” Smith, founder of the BlueHeart Foundation, was named the 2018 HBCU Power of Dreams Award winner for his service to the community

– HBCU College Fair hosted over 7,000 attendees to discuss admissions and scholarship opportunities

Eight of the nation’s top Historically Black College and University marching bands performed at the 16th annual Honda Battle of the Bands. Brian “Blue” Smith was honored with the Honda HBCU Power of Dreams Award for his work with The BlueHeart Foundation, a nonprofit organization he created to help fulfill basic needs in Montgomery, Ala. Honda Logo.

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