The Marching Podcast Network is a
network of podcasts with the purpose to inspire, educate and show
positive images. Our network produces podcasts about college
marching bands, business, health, finances, college preparatory,
instrumentation development and one on one interviews with strong
role models in the community.
Joseph Beard was born in St.
Louis, MO attending Lutheran North High School. Playing trumpet,
Joseph marched with Johnson C. Smith in 1996 and transferred the
following year to Jackson State where he later finished with a BA
degree in History. In 2003 Joseph finished his master's study
in Geography and began working in Nashville, TN. Joseph currently
works in Redlands, CA as a software engineer, and teaches Geography
at a near by community college.
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