Weehawken Instrumental Music

Band site 

Welcome back to Weehawken!! I am excited to get this year up and running. This site is for students and parents to get acclimated to different bits of information that will be out through the school year. If you need to reach me, my contact info is below.

-Mr. B

Jersey Surf Baritones at Lucas Oil Stadium



Tyrell Butler has moved around the east coast; going from Philadelphia, to North Carolina, to New Jersey to Delaware and back to New Jersey. Tyrell graduated from Williamstown High School in 2012 where he was a member of the Braves Marching Unit From 2008 to 2010, US Bands Northern States Champions from 2009 to 2010 and US Bands National Champions in 2010 for Group II. 

In 2012 Tyrell started his Drum & Bugle Corps Career as a baritone for the Bushwackers Drum & Bugle Corps of Harrison, NJ. In 2015, Tyrell had the pleasure of marching with The Reading Buccaneers Drum & Bugle Corps of Reading, PA as third baritone as the corps won a World Championship in Drum Corps Associates with a score of 97.58. A feat that was repeated in 2017 and 2019. 

Tyrell Performed as a member as the Regional-All Star Trombone Choir at the University of Delaware Trombone Day with students from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, West Chester University, Penn State University, Shepherd University, George Mason University and The University of Delaware. In 2013 Tyrell became a member of the Sigma Kappa Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America Inc. 

Tyrell has worked with a variety of programs they include, Kingsway Regional High School, Pennsauken High School, East Brunswick High School, Raiders Drum and Bugle Corps, and Cab Calloway School of the Arts, where he currently teaches the brass section. Tyrell graduated with a B.A. in Music education from Delaware State University (Dover,DE) in May 2017, and graduated with a M.M. in Music education from Temple University (Philadelphia,PA) in August 2020. Tyrell currently works as a band director at Weehawken High School.


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