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Central High band gives its all in D.C.

But first, a case of inaugural nerves

Posted: January 22, 2013 at 12:16 a.m.

The Little Rock Central High School marching band members (from left) Samantha Buxbaum, Ashley Louden, Kathryn Bryles and Maryssa Barron lined up Monday, hours before joining the inaugural parade in Washington.

The Little Rock Central High School marching band members (from left) Samantha Buxbaum, Ashley Louden, Kathryn Bryles and Maryssa Barron lined up Monday, hours before joining the inaugural parade in Washington.

After the extra practice sessions, the weekend drills and the seemingly endless marches in the cold, stinging rain, the Little Rock Central High School marching band’s hard work paid off Monday when the group played for President Barack Obama in his inaugural parade.

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The Little Rock Central High School Band performs while passing the presidential box and the White House during the inaugural... (By: CHARLIE NEIBERGALL) (Credit: AP)

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