Good Morning America gives marching band a do-over

Good Morning America gives marching band a do-over

Viral videos often come at the expense of someone, and the Lake Travis High School band was no different. When a tuba player fell during a halftime performance back on September 30th and set off a domino-like chain of band members falling, the video quickly became an internet sensation after it was aired by Good Morning America.

But it didn’t stop there. On Monday, February 17th, GMA gave the marching band the opportunity to redeem themselves. See the video below:

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