Culture Connection was rocking on Thursday evening as the Superintendents of Rock took the stage and entertained throughout the evening.
The band originated in 2015 as a result of four Utah Superintendents’ desire to get away from the stresses of their jobs and let their “freak flag fly,” as David Crosby once said. They wanted to play rock and roll and “stick it to the man.” There was only one problem: they were “the man,” but that didn’t stop them from bringing out those good old classic rocks songs.
Since 2015, the band has performed at the annual meetings of the Utah School Board Association, Utah School Superintendents Association, Utah Rural Schools Association Annual Conference, Price’s City Culture Connection and many school district activities.
The group consists of four members: Dr. Scott Rogers, Superintendent of Tooele School District (bass and vocals); Steve Carlsen, Superintendent of Box Elder School District (rhythm guitar and vocals); Kodey Hughes, Superintendent of Tintic School District (drums, vocals, trumpet and flute); Dr. Scott L. Crane, Executive Director of the Southeast Service Center and former superintendent (lead guitar, vocals and harmonica).
The final Culture Connection evening of Price City’s summer series will feature the Deltaz on Helper’s Main Street during the annual Arts, Music and Film Festival. Members of the community are invited to join the fun on Thursday, Aug. 15 at 7 p.m.