This year's KoSA marching percussion clinician was the great quad player, Bill Bachman. Bill pretty much brought down the house at Castleton State University's Casella Theater with his precision and blazing cross-overs.  

Bill Bachman is a multi-talented percussionist, being, besides a rudimental giant: a great set-drummer touring with a progressive rock band; a clinician and contributor for Vic Firth; a publisher of technique books; a teacher, both in-studio and on-line with Skype. He has invented and developed a unique practice pad for bass drummers, has his own design tenor stick from Vic Firth and developed the unique 'Remote Speedy Hat' high-hat.

Please enjoy the short video below of Bill's July 25th performance: