New LSU policy bans opponents’ marching bands from halftime performances at Tiger Stadium _lowres

LSU marching band drum major bring the band onto the field before the start of the Texas Bowl NCAA football game Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2015, in Houston. LSU won 56-27. (AP Photo/Bob Levey) ORG XMIT: OTKTXBL107

Watch as the LSU Tiger Marching Band announces the arrival of Leonard Fournette and his teammates to Houston’s NRG Stadium with a special performance of “Pregame.”

Watch as the band warms up in the stands by playing, “Talkin’ Out the Side of Your Neck.”

Watch as the Golden Band from Tigerland forms a star with Texas Tech University’s Goin’ Band from Raiderland at midfield to play, “Deep in the Hart of Texas.”

It’s all here and more in Tiger Band videographer Moe Athmann’s video montage of the band’s experience at the AdvoCare Texas Bowl Tuesday night. This was the band’s final performance for the 2015 season, and Athmann captured special and exciting moments, along with candid behind-the-scenes happenings.

But the highlight, as always, was LSU fans’ deafening response when the Tiger Band marched onto NRG’s field and hit the first note in its “Pregame” stadium salute, setting the tone for the Tigers’ 56-27 victory over the Red Raiders.

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