Frontier Drum & Bugle Corps Staff

Posted by Director on July 13, 2011

Meet the Frontier 2012 Staff

  • Andy Morrow, Brass Caption
    Andy graduated from Central Methodist University with a BS in Music where he studied French Horn with Prof. Keith House and Voice with Dr. Paul Drummond. Andy's musical roles include being cast in Damn Yankees, Man of La Mancha, Sweeney Todd, and The Music Man along with being a member of The Nashville Symphony Chorus and The Vocal Majority Mens Chorus. Andy's marching experience includes High School, College, The Hutchinson Sky Ryders in DCI and The Vigilantes in DCA. Andy would especially like to thank Steve Bell, the Executive Director of Momentum Drum and Bugle Corps and Belltone Music for sharing his wisdom and passion for all things Drum and Bugle Corps. If you would like to know more or have any questions please feel free to contact Andy at brass@frontiercorps.org.

  • John Martin, Brass Arranger
    John Martin is a native of Marianna, FL. He is a graduate of Montgomery, ALs Huntingdon College with degrees in Music and Religion and is currently pursuing a Master of Music degree in Voice Performance at the University of Alabama. He marched with the 2007 Memphis Sound on mellophone, and since then he has worked on the brass and design staffs of Memphis Sound DBC, Forte DBC, and numerous high schools throughout Alabama and Northwest Florida. Time not spent in marching-related endeavors is used singing in several ensembles, composing liturgical music, cooking, and (most recently) performing as a member of the a cappella group Street Corner Symphony based out of Nashville TN. He is an associate member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) and is a huge fan of early music, especially music of the late Renaissance and early Baroque periods.

  • Scott Hubbard, Percussion Caption
    After graduating from Poway High School as Southern California Band and Drumline champions two years in a row Scott started in DCI in 1991 with the Velvet Knights under Ralph Hardimon and Glen Crosby. Scot was recruited by Ralph to the Blue Knights in 1992 and spent 3 top 12 seasons with them, the last as tenor section leader. Scott's instructors at the Blue Knoghts were Ralph Hardimon, Ben Maughmer, Steve Yates, Glen Crosby and Rick Rodriguez. Scott marched with many names that have become staples in the industry: Mike Jackson (WGI Blue Knights), Ray Ulibern (Blue Coats, Crossmen) and Jeff Queen (Carolina Crown, Colts, Troopers, Blast!, AVON high school and many others) and he shares the enthusiasm and commitment to excellence that have driven these other teachers to fame.


    Scott was also Section Leader of the San Diego State University Marching Aztecs drumline and wrote extensively for their program from 1991 through 1994. Scott has done battery arrangements for the SDSU, Madison High School and Bonita Vista High School drumlines. He taught battery percussion for Poway, Madison and Bonita Vista High schools, from 1991 to 1995. The 1991 Poway High band competed in the WGI National Band Championships in Arlington, TX, taking 3rd place; the drumline placed 1st. He also had the privilege of teaching battery at Poway with Tom Float in 1994.

    Scott is very excited to be returning to the activity he loves and brings enthusiasm and experience to the Frontier program in its rebuilding year. If you have questions for Scott or would like to contact him about the 2011 season, send him and email at percussion@frontiercorps.org

  • Lance Towner, Front Ensemble Tech and Arranger
    Member: Blue Knights Drum and Bugle Corps 90, 91, 93
    Percussion Arranger/Instructor Fairvew High School 91 - 95
    Composer/Instructor Arapaho Elementary Percussion Ensemble 05 - 09
    Drummer for various working bands of no real significance 1990 - 2008
    Current 4th Grade Elementary Teacher at Arapaho Classical Magnet Elementary

  • Siobhan Wilkes, Color Guard Caption
    Siobhan has been spinning for almost 10 years, and has been teaching for 5. She marched with the Crossmen Drum Corps from San Antonio, Texas in 2008 and aged out in 2009. Along with her drum corps experience Siobhan performed with the Stephen F. Austin State University Color Guard for 5 years and was coordinator/choreographer for 4.


    Ms. Wilkes recently graduated from Stephen F. Austin with a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management, but has chosen to teach color guard at this time. She has choreographed for Corrigan-Camden High School and Hudson High School fall productions, and for North Lamar High school's winter guard program. She also is a tech for PURPetual Motion, SFASU's winter guard program. When not teaching or working, Siobhan enjoys travelling, reading, and shopping antique shops.

  • Open Position, Visual Caption
    This position is currently open for the 2012 season. Please contact Bruce if you are interested in the position.
  • Bruce Jamilkowski, Director, Frontier Drum and Bugle Corps
    Feel free to email me if you have any questions.