The Razorback Band Digital Archive is intended to showcase the history, excellence, and rich traditions of the Razorback Band through an online catalog of more than five hundred video recordings of performances from the 1960s to the present.
Links to Razorback Band performances are listed in chronological order below. Each link will take the viewer to a separate page that includes a video player and information about that performance. For research and archival purposes, data is included for every video recording that identifies the performance as a pregame or halftime show and includes the date, the Razorbacks’ opponent, the names of the directors and drum majors, and any available information about the recording process.
This archive is the result of deeply committed alumni and friends of the Razorback Band who have provided services of video recording for more than fifty years. Without the dedication of David Woolly, Bill Woolly, and Don King, this one-of-a-kind project would not exist.
The Razorback Band Digital Archive is housed in the Special Collections Department of the University of Arkansas Libraries and is made available to the public through The David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History.
Special thanks to Don King, Bill Woolly, David Woolly, Tyler Thompson, and Lewis E. Epley Jr.; Todd Shields, Dean, Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences; William Schwab, Executive Director, and Susan Kendrick-Perry, Operations Administrator, The David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History; Amy Allen, University Archivist, University of Arkansas Libraries; the staff and friends of the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences Office of Development and External Relations; and the generous friends of the University of Arkansas Bands who provided the resources to convert more than five hundred video recordings to digital format.