Blaine Bomar

Union City, Tennessee

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Caption: Visual General Effect, Visual Performance Ensemble,

Visual Performance Individual, Color Guard, Drum Majors


Biography: Blaine Bomar

​Hometown: Union City, Tennessee

Blaine Bomar has served in every facet of the marching arts: performer, instructor, clinician, consultant, designer, contest coordinator, and judge. He has served as a Program Coordinator and Creative Director for marching bands, indoor percussion units, indoor winds, and winter guards throughout Tennessee, Mississippi, Florida, Wisconsin, and Texas. Programs that he has designed and worked for have performed in venues such as: Bands of America (BOA) Regionals, Super Regionals, and the BOA Grand National Championships, Winter Guard International Regional Finals and several other state finals across the Midwest and Southeast. Blaine’s designs have been on display and featured at b oth the Midwest Band & Orchestra Conference and the Texas Music Educators Association Conference.

Blaine is proud member of the several judges’ guilds and associations such as: Gulf Coast Judges Association, East Tennessee Performing Arts Association, the Central States Judges Association, USBands, and more. He was also a Level One & Two graduate of the Marching Roundtable Judges Academy during its time. Blaine has had the privilege of serving on championship panels in several states including: Tennessee, Kentucky, Texas, Alabama, Ohio, Illinois, and Missouri to name a few.

In addition to his designing & judging, Blaine is highly sought out student leader and drum major clinician in Tennessee and Western Kentucky. He worked as an instructor for the Fred J. Miller Summer Clinics teaching student leaders and drum majors throughout the country. He was also featured on the Marching Arts Education & Marching Roundtable’s podcast with Dr. Joe Allison and Tim Hinton on “Evaluating Drum Majors”.

Presently, Blaine resides in Union City, Tennessee with his dog, Bentley, where he spends his falls on the design team and instructional staff with the Union City High School Band.