Mike Hodges

Mike Hodges has won the PAS solo tenor competition three times and placed second twice in the DCI I&E competition. He was a member of Southwind, The Cavaliers, and Phantom Regiment drum and bugle corps. During his time at The Cavaliers they won two DCI Championships (2002 and 2004). Mike was also a member of the world-renowned University of North Texas drumline, winning the 2002 PAS Marching Championship. He has been a part of the percussion staff with the Phantom Regiment since 2007, helping them capture the 2008 DCI World Championship and the Fred Sanford High Percussion Award.

Mike graduated from the University of North Texas with a degree in Music Performance.  His teachers include Mark Ford, Paul Rennick, Christopher Deane, Ed Soph, and Bret Kuhn.  Currently Mike serves as assistant percussion director at Coppell High School in Coppell, Texas. He also plays drumset and percussion in a variety of musical situations in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area and around the country touring with several bands. He proudly endorses Innovative Percussion sticks and mallets.

Mike Hodges' tenor solo from the "Violent Tenor Cream" compilation.
Duration: 3:50 | Level: Advanced
Violent Tenor Cream is a collection of some of the sickest tenor solos and ensembles ever known to the world of quad drumming.
Level: Advanced