The Grauer School's Battle of the Bands
Six student and faculty bands competed in "The Battle of The Bands" on Thursday, December 6 at The Grauer School. The competitors were:
- Insomnia Beach Club - Selah, Sara, Mo, Jake Kelsoe
- Guitaerobics - Keegan, Will B., Cooper, Zach, Jake Kelsoe
- Happy Dads with Happy Sandals - Rhian, Kiana, Francesca, Zach, Ivy, Cooper
- Doc Jones & The Dislocated Organs - Julia, Lucy, Sophia C.
- Solution - Tyler, Bennett, Liam Murphy
- The Roadhouse Boys - Kevin, Case, Jake P., Erik
After the performances, students and faculty voted for their favorites. Congratulations to the following award-winners:
- Most Original, Best Stage Presence - The Roadhouse Boys
- Outstanding Vocals - Kiana
- Outstanding Bass - Cooper
- Outstanding Drums - Sophia C.
- Outstanding Guitar - Tyler
- Outstanding Keyboard - Zach
- Best Band Name - "Happy Dads with Happy Sandals"
- Top 2 Bands - "Guitaerobics", and "Happy Dads with Happy Sandals"
The top 2 bands competed at the weekly assembly on Tuesday, December 11, and "Guitaerobics" won the honor of being the best band at Grauer! Thanks to Isaac Langen, Tom Hopper, and Jake Kelsoe in our Performing Arts Department for presenting this fun competition for our students!
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