Crescent Super Band Concert Adding Jazzy Twist To Christmas Tunes
AMERICAN FORK, Utah – In one of the must-see concerts of the season, Caleb Chapman and the Crescent Super Band features some of the best teenage musicians in the state.
KSL TV’s adventure specialist Trace Worthington was hanging out with the musicians at the Soundhouse in American Fork, ahead of what is going to be a very busy week for the band.
“This band has been around for 18 years, and all these musicians are ages 12 – 18 — if you can believe it, ” Chapman said. “They won 12 consecutive years as Utah’s best professional band from Utah’s Best of State.”
The band has played with some pretty big artists like the Rolling Stones, Toto, Journey and the Killers. In fact, the founding drummer for Imagine Dragons was the first drummer for the Crescent Super Band.
Chapman’s Soundhouse, a music performance studio for student and adult musicians located at 555 E. Main St., American Fork, hosts 300 kids in 21 bands. The Crescent Super Band is the flagship group.
They’ll be performing Friday and Saturday night at the SCERA Center for the Arts, 745 State St., Orem, at 7 p.m. For tickets and additional information, go to scera.org or call 801-225-ARTS.
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