These first-class Southern musicians have performed to sellout crowds at the Museum of
the Confederacy's annual balls and for reenactments, museums, conventions, schools,
universities, and private engagements and have just released their third recording.
This distinctive military brass band has appeared in movies and video documentaries and is a fixture at conventions, parades, cotillions, reenactments, and patriotic/civic ceremonies. The 37th's varied concert repertoire includes popular wartime tunes from both the South and the North and is performed in authentic mid-19th-century fashion on period wind and percussion instruments. Proceeds from recording sales go towards the preservation of traditional American military band music.
Among the offerings on Mark Best's absolutely unique site are several cassettes of music from the War Between the States, including some 1913 50th Gettysburg reunion memorials and songs of the Old South