​​RANT COUNTY BAND

DRY RIDGE, KENTUCKY
  1. 2017 Band Camp
    01 Aug, 2017
    2017 Band Camp
    The 2017 Grant County Marching band just finished up three weeks of camp in preparation for their 2017 marching band season.  Students were subject to a high degree of training and very exhausting weather but the marching band persevered.  Band camp has prepared each student  diligently for a very difficult season ahead.   Congrats to all the members and and especial thanks to all the seniors who completed their final band camp.  The 2017 band camp would not have been as special without you.
  2. 2017 Great American Brass Band Festival
    01 Jun, 2017
    2017 Great American Brass Band Festival
    This is a very big week for the Grant County Brass Choir as we travel to Centre College in Danville for the 2017 Great American Brass Band Festival.  We are the only high school ensemble participating in the event and the kids will have the opportunity to share the stage and learn from some of the top brass players in the country.  We have 3 concerts this week where you can hear these outstanding young musicians: Wednesday, 6-8 @ Buffalo Bob’s, Florence Friday, 7-9 @ Beaumont Inn, Harrodsburg
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PO Box 194
Dry Ridge, KY 41035-0194



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About the Grant County Band 

The Grant County Band is located between Lexington and Cincinnati along interstate 75.  The Grant County Band is under the direction of Dr. Tim Dailey and Andrew McGrannahan.  During their tenure the band program at Grant County and the marching arts program has expanded its enrollment while maintaining a high degree of competitiveness and artisty.  

The Grant County Band program offers band and percussion classes for all 6-12 grade level students and has several award winning extra-ciriccular ensembles.  Most notably is the Grant County Marching Band, which continues its long excellence of being a State Finalist and State Champion: 1995, 1998, and 2015.

The program also has several other award winning and outstanding recognized ensembles.   The Grant County Winter guard is a back to back Tri-State Scholastic A-2 champion (2014 and 2015) and recently the 2017 Tri-State Scholastic A Champion.  The Grant County Jazz Band was recognized as one of the premier ensembles in the commonwealth when it was selected to perform at the 2016 KMEA Music Conference in Louisville, KY.   The entire program as a whole boasts over 350 students.