The fife and drum corps are an integral part of our history, and they come alive in our parades and celebrations..and on iCRV Radio!
There are few things that convery more passion and history than fife and drum music. We celebrate the events that honor this great tradition…along with the generations of participants wanting to keep this art form alive. We so appreciate all the corps and want to get to know them…and the vital role they play in connecting us with our textured past…
Vicki Miorelli is the host of Muster Radio. A monthly program dedicated to the rich tradition of fife and drum. Muster Radio runs from March to November. Vicki has been part of the drum corps community for over 45 years! She is currently the drum major for the Sailing Masters of 1812 Fife and Drum Corps based in Essex, CT. She has been a member for over 30 years. In her other life she is a hand spinner, fiber artist and loves photography.
Eric Wilson is the co-host of Muster Radio, a monthly program running from March to November that is dedicated to the rich tradition of fife and drum. Being a third generation member of the Mattatuck Drum Band out of Waterbury, CT, Eric has been part of the fife and drum community for his entire life. He has been an active member of Mattatuck for over 25 years and has been the Snare Drum Sergeant for the last 6 years. By day, Eric is a Structural Engineer/Construction Inspector for Milone and MacBroom, Inc. out of Cheshire, CT and has worked for the company since 2002. Additionally, he is a musician playing with various 2 to 4 piece bands as well as a member of several pit bands for high school, college, and community theaters. He also enjoys woodworking, woodburning, and needlepoint.