The University of Texas Longhorn Band (LHB), also known as the Showband of the Southwest, is the marching band of The University of Texas at Austin. The Longhorn Band was founded in 1900 by distinguished professor of chemistry, Dr. Eugene P. Schoch. The band is currently under the direction of Dr. Scott Hanna. The band performs at all in-state football games, for various Texas Longhorn Athletics teams, and at special pep rallies and parades throughout the year.
The University of Texas Longhorn Band. The current DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium and Big 12 attendance record was set on September 4, 2016 with 102,315 spectators. The final planned phase of the stadium's expansion includes the construction of permanent seating and an upper deck in the south end zone, completely enclosing the playing field. Bevo – the school mascot, a live Texas longhorn steer present for football games and other special events. It is a common misconception that the mascot's name came from Texas students altering a 13-0 branding a group of Aggies gave the steer. In actuality, Bevo was received his name several months before the Aggies could vandalize the steer in a Texas alumni magazine.
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The Longhorn Band is one of the greatest traditions of The University of Texas, particularly those surrounding the Texas football gameday experience. The band performs at all University of Texas football games, including a smaller pep band for out-of-state trips. You can also see LHB at pep rallies, parades, and additional guest appearances. Past events include an international tour to South America in 1972, inaugural parades of Presidents John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Ronald Reagan, and George W. Bush, and the 1974 Super Bowl game in Houston, Texas
The University of Texas and Longhorn Band are rooted in countless traditions and historic events. High standards of achievement are at the foundation of these institutions; the most important and lasting of all band traditions are the ever-present pride and spirit.
The Cheerleaders, the Chap Girls, Longhorn Band and the best Mascot in the Country "Bevo" the Big Screen and the The Eyes of Texas all a part of the over all experience! Nothing better more exciting than a great football game. My husband and I have enjoyed many and will be taking our son, daughter and grand-kids to the Kansas State game on October 7th. So Longhorns hope you will deliver a great game. Before that you need to prove to doubters your effort against USC in country at the time was not a fluke
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Throughout the fall, the Longhorn Band performs at all University of Texas football games, with a smaller pep band for out-of-state trips. For post-season bowl game trips, the tradition has been to bring the entire Longhorn Band. Additional performances include pep rallies, parades and a special halftime show with the Longhorn Alumni Band. The Longhorn Band makes guest appearances at many events that spotlight the popularity of the band. Fall rehearsals are held from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, and a prior to kickoff on game days
The University of Texas Longhorn's softball team is led by head coach Connie Clark and assistant coaches Jennifer McFalls and Tripp MacKay. Texas has made 19 total appearances in the NCAA Tournament in 22 seasons of varsity competition, reaching the Women's College World Series (WCWS) five times (1998, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2013) and finishing as high as 3rd on three occasions (2003, 2005 and 2013). The Longhorns' improvement led to Texas winning the Southwest Conference in the 2011–12 season to qualify for the sweet sixteen of the 2012 national championship playoffs