For the Crimson Tide, it is a favorite, but not the favorite: Still, "Tusk" is popular enough to survive in a band repertoire that is shuffled about every other year. The band wouldn't consider not playing it. And so gamesmanship has ensued. The Million Dollar Band won't play the song in its traditional pregame performance, Nails said, due to time constraints. Instead, he said, it'll play "Tusk" throughout the game. USC, which typically plays the song in its postgame performance, as a celebration, has moved the number into its pregame show.
Bartner said USC wants to beat Alabama to the punch. USC's indignation is tongue-in-cheek — mostly. But Alabama is aware that the Trojans might be touchy. Nails insists that Alabama doesn't view it as a competition. The Million Dollar Band did not make its directors or any band members available for comment for this story.
Buckingham did not take sides. He declined comment, through a publicist. Skip to content. The USC marching band stakes an original claim to playing Fleetwood Mac's "Tusk" because members of the band in performed on the original recording.
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He went after "Tusk. For his part, Bartner has been gracious. I have no problem," he said.
Yeah, it was like he realized it just too late or something, idk, but I was standing on the 50 watching it happen. Fortunately it stayed still for a sec so I think the camera was off him by the time it fell over. Do you play your alma mater after games or something?
Immediately after the game last year your band launched into playing something. Right after your band stopped, our band twisted the knife and played Tusk. After every game, regardless, there's post game, usually after the field is cleared and they'll go to the student section and do the alma mater and our regular songs. A forum for all things college football. Primarily focused on NCAA football, discussion is welcome on any collegiate league, teams, and players.
Twitter Instagram. Posted by. They still occasionally get to work with wildly popular acts. Saw them with Odesza at Coachella a few years back.
Before the game, USC and Alabama are tiffing over 'Tusk'
They were on stage with Coheed and Cambria before It was awesome. It was at Coachella in or I think. That would have been so sick to see. For every song that he performed, he received a standing ovation from the audience. Maybe Mick?
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Following the talk, students asked Buckingham questions. He provided them with advice regarding the definition of success. Earlier in the talk, Buckingham said the work of Fleetwood Mac has been able to reach such a wide array of generations. Jake Simon, a junior majoring in business administration, said that he felt very fortunate to have been able to attend.
Cristina Gomez said she was impressed by the uniqueness of the event. It was so impressive! At the event, the Lloyd Greif Center awarded Buckingham with a trophy that recognized his contributions to the university, as well as his musical entrepreneurship.
Her name is actually Cristina Gomez. The Daily Trojan regrets the error.