City Slang: Sweet Crystal prepare for Callahans

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Christian hard rock band Sweet Crystal will play Callahan’s in Auburn Hills on June 14.

Doors are at 6.30 p.m., music starts at 8. Cover is $12 advance or $15 at the door.

According to a press release, “In unprecedented style, Christian rock band SWEET CRYSTAL made it a “clean sweep” at the 22nd Annual Detroit Music Awards Show (DMA) on Friday, April 19, 2013, winning all five awards in the “Outstanding Gospel/Christian” category. For the third year in a row, the band took home the “Outstanding Gospel/Christian Act” award, solidifying their hold on that prestigious category.
This turned out to be just the first of five awards they were about to garner. Keyboardist and lead singer Marq Andrew Speck was then awarded “Outstanding Gospel/Christian Vocalist”, “Outstanding Gospel/Christian Songwriter” and shared the award for “Outstanding Gospel/Christian Musician”, to make it four for four at the DMA pre-show. What came next at the live concert awards ceremony turned out to be even sweeter for these musicians.”

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