Spencer Jones – Redhill Band
Spencer Jones is a Mormon singer and musician who is chasing, while at the same time, living the dream that his great-grandfather had more than 70 years ago – to introduce his original music to the world and to have a successful career in music.
Spencer, along with Rob Gardner, a well-known Mormon composer, conductor, and producer, perhaps best known for his sacred oratorio The Lamb of God about the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, created the American rock band known as Redhill. The band is based out of the Phoenix Arizona Valley. Their genre of music is Alternative Rock. Their music has been influenced by such artists as The Killers, Hozier, Kings of Leon, Michael Jackson, U2, and Coldplay.
At the age of 19, Spencer’s great-grandfather, Lathan Wiggins, boarded a boat with his older brother. Leaving their small town in North Carolina, they were destined to New York City where they hoped to have their original music heard by the world. They achieved success shortly after arriving in New York City by performing on the biggest and loudest stage of their time – a national broadcast performance at Radio City Music Hall. Lathan fell in love with a young lady and soon moved back to North Carolina, but his passion for writing and performing original music lives on in his great-grandson Spencer.
The Redhill official website proclaims, “With lyrics that could captivate a quiet audience at the Blue Bird Cafe and a sweeping sound crafted to fill arenas, Spencer is a can’t miss, up and coming act, whose music can stand up against the industry’s heavyweights.” The five-track self-titled EP Redhill is available for purchase and download from iTunes. The songs included on the album are: “Los Angeles,” “Song of Love and Hate,” “With You,” “The Way She Moves,” and “Summer.” Each song is crafted in Spencer’s unique style.
Redhill will be playing live in concert at the Mesa Arts Center on Friday, 23 June 2017.
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