Have you ever wanted to play on the field at Arrowhead?
Does game day at the Kansas City Chiefs get you a bit excited? If you're able to bench 500+ pounds or run a sub 4.60 40 yard dash time, then maybe you're ready to play professional football. However, those athletic stats still won't qualify you to earn a uniform with the Kansas City Chief's Rumble. Drumlines are a common college gameday experience, and the growth of drumlines in the NFL has begun. Early adopters, such as the Kansas City Chiefs have already added their own drumline. Thanks to rentMYinstrument.com, the official sponsor of the Chiefs Rumble, all musical motivation created by musicians are all on instruments provided by rentMYinstrument.com. The Chiefs Rumble is led by Matt Arnett, a talented musician and instructor. Arnett stopped by 3124 Gillham Plaza, the instrument rental headquarters, to begin scoping out the space that will be used for the Rumble Tryouts. Arnett said "Each year, the talent is growing and tryouts are getting more competitive. The Chiefs Rumble continues to be a leader in NFL Drumlines, and can be seen each home game at Arrowhead." Football fans and those who appreciate great music all agree that The Rumble truly enhances the gameday experience. For the musicians in the Rumble, getting a chance to play in front of nearly 80,000 screaming fans is a rare opportunity.
Tryouts for the Chiefs Rumble are this Saturday, June 16th from 9am to 12pm and from Wednesday June 20th at 5:30 until 8:30pm. The tryouts are hosted at rentMYinstrument.com's headquarter facility at 3124 Gillham Plaza, Kansas City, MO 64109.
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More and more people in the lime light have been tracing the roots of their success back to qualities such as discipline, or well-roundedness. It’s no surprise that the 61st Annual Miss USA Pageant, comes from musical roots, particularly, the cello. Miss Rhode Island, Olivia Culpo, was crowned as the new pageant queen Sunday night in Las Vegas. As part of her background, Olivia told stories of the way she spent her summers, which resembles many other kids, attending band camps, practicing her instrument, and furthering her love of the cello. Culpo added that even though at the age of 20, she had 13 years of experience playing the cello.
Now that Memorial Day weekend has passed and summer has begun, Band Camps are in full swing and students are furthering their musicial talents. Many beginning orchestra or band students and their parents are often faced with the decision, should I buy a cello or rent a cello. RentMYinstrument.com provides great rental options on Orchestra instruments, especially the Cello.