Crescent Super Band

Crescent Super BandTwenty-five teenagers from Utah can make a lot of noise – especially when they happen to be members of the Crescent Super Band.  Under the direction of founder and Mormon Caleb Chapman, the band has stunned audiences worldwide, from New York to the Netherlands. With a youthful energy and nearly unbelieveable performance level, the band has performed hip, intelligent arrangements of the American standards for thousands.  As a result, they have frequently been hailed as the top band of their type in the world.  And with frequent guest artists from groups like the Dave Matthews Band, Journey, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Tower of Power, Journey, the Rolling Stones, and the Saturday Night Live Band, they obviously have fans in the industry, as well (official website).

Jeff Coffin, Grammy-winning Member of the Dave Matthews Band, said the following:

Caleb and the Crescent Super Band have stunned me on many occasions. The band plays at the highest level of musicianship i have EVER heard from young musicians. Unbelievable! 

The award-winning Crescent Super Band has frequently been hailed as one of the best professional bands in the world to be comprised entirely of young musicians (junior high and high school, with feeder bands for training).

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