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The Lumberjack Band was a marching band who played at Green Bay Packers games. They originally wore plaid flannel jackets, hence the name.

The Lumberjack Band was formed in 1921, originally made up of a group of volunteers. Throughout the 1920s and 1930s, the Lumberjack Band accompanied groups of fans to road games, most notably to games with the Chicago Bears.

In 1931, they first played Go! You Packers! Go!, the official fight song of the Green Bay Packers.

The Lumberjack Band was a fixture at Packer games, and an integral part of the City Stadium experience. Curly Lambeau was convinced that the Band played a part in many Packer victories.. A bandstand was built for the Lumberjack Band at one corner of the field, and early designs for New City Stadium, later renamed Lambeau Field, showed separate stands with a bandstand in one corner, before the decision was made to have a bowl-shaped stadium.

When Vince Lombardi became head coach and general manager, he upgraded the band's look, saying the traditional flannels did not fit with the team's new stadium. The band was renamed simply "The Green Bay Packer Band" and was set up in the southwest corner of the field, occasionally seeing "guest appearances" by players running out of bounds. The uniforms changed to green military-style outfits. At the time of Lambeau's death in 1965, he was dating Mary Jane Sorgel, a majorette for the Green Bay Packer Band.

Wilner Burke directed the band during this period, giving...
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