LSU Tiger Band Marches in Rex on Mardi Gras day 2008. Links to Videos like Hey Baby are below.  Pictures


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The LSU Tiger Band marched in Rex for the first time in four years. That was the same year that LSU won their first BCS championship and their first national championship since 1958.  (story continues after video links below)

Please note videos are all high quality videos without the youtube compression, so it may take a little longer to play in your browser.


Hey Baby video

Coda Fight video

First Down Cheer video

Drumline Cadences video


Fight for LSU video

Hey Fighting Tigers video (I)

Hey Fighting Tigers video (II)

Drumline Cadences  video (I) best of the march videos

Drumline Cadences video (II)

Drumline Cadences video (III)


A video of the LSU Football team and Cheerleaders riding on the National Championship float in Bacchus during Mardi Gras weekend

A video of the LSU Band Drumline demonstrating their skills and performing Hey Fighting Tiger and Drumline Cadences at Mardi Gras 2008 Rex parade

A video of young Tiger Fans Tiger Bait the Tulane Band when they pass by on Mardi Gras Day for the Rex parade


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LSU's marching in Rex 2008 was not predicated on LSU winning another national championship, but the title was a fitting end to a great year.

On a picture perfect day, the LSU Tiger Band marched on "The Avenue" with a backdrop of floats, beads, and cheers.

Below are links to videos of the LSU Golden Girls, Color Guard, and Tiger Band performing on and marching down world famous St. Charles Ave. on a picture perfect last day of Carnival 2008.















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