The Strike

The Str!keThe Strike (or rather The Str!ke – formerly “We Are the Strike”) is a six-member band from Provo, Utah, that bandcamp.com proclaims. “brings true funk and rock back to pop music.” Known for their “over-the-top live theatrics, powerful tenor lead vocalist, and truly refined musicianship,” the band has made a name for itself and has garnered a large fan-base with originals like “Atom Bomb,” “Warriors,” and “One Night of You.”

The members of the group are Chris Crabb – lead vocals, Brady Bills – guitar, Chase Baker – bass, Matt Millington – drums, Myles Lawrence – sax, and Marcus Anderson – trombone and keyboard. They describe their genre of music as Pop-Funk-Rock.

Having won Best of State for Best Original Band, they specialize in one thing: LIVE PERFORMANCES! Utahlivebands.com declares, “The band led by singer Chris Crabb has an infectious, on-stage personality that gets audiences moving. Crowd reactions for this stellar performance are fanatical. If you want a high-energy concert, The Str!ke band from Utah is second to none out there.”

The band’s music has had national coverage on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars as their big show-opener, as well as, NBC’s America’s Got Talent. They have also opened for and performed with such acts as Journey, Kelly Clarkson, Carly Rae Jepson, Lindsey Stirling, Macy Gray, Vertical Horizon, The Piano Guys, Mason Jennings, and Jason Scheff (of the band Chicago).

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