|Cowboy Marching Band
||Oklahoma State University
||Dr. Doug Henderson
||Black pants and cowboy hat with one of two predominately orange jackets.
The Cowboy Marching Band is the marching band of Oklahoma State University.
The first band at Oklahoma A&M College (now Oklahoma State University) was organized in 1905 by Harry Dunn, a student at the school, and directed by a Mr. Wood. It consisted of 22 members.
A tradition of the band was the use of the OSU Spirit Drum. It was purchased in the mid-1930s for the R.O.T.C. band. It was believed to be the largest drum in the country at that time.
 Directors since 1981
- Dr. Richard Kastendieck (1981-1986)
- Gregory Talford (1986-1987)
- William Ballenger (1987-1992)
- Glen J. Hemberger (1992-1997)
- Dr. Michael A. Raiber (1997-2000)
- David Wick (2000-2001)
- Bradley J. Genevro (2001-2004)
- Dr. Paul W. Popiel (2004-2006)
- Dr. D. Bradley Snow (2006-2010)
- Dr. Doug Henderson (2010-Present)
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