The band is currently directed by Todd Howell, but around 25 years ago, they would be under the instruction of E.C. Warnock.
Warnock was a band director at Warner Robins High from 1967 to 1992 gaining the band more than 30 superior ratings by the Georgia Music Educators Association.
And he says it all started with a gift his mother gave him when he was 13 years old.
"My mother went over and purchased this trumpet for me and I'm sure she had to pay for it on a monthly basis," he said.
Warnock was raised in Warner Robins since the age of 9.
After graduating from Florida State University, Warnock came back to lead the band, even bringing his three sons to practices.
"As soon as they could get around very good," he said, "They would sit in the chair and listen to them rehearse."