Local teen pop band Dance Over Anaheim is either headed for the big time or college, whichever comes first. You can catch them with Benjamin Pratt tomorrow night at the Showcase at Studio Bee starting at 6 p.m. Full details HERE.

Jeanette Hohman, host of KRCC’s local music show “Surround Sounds”, sat down with Dance Over Anaheim in the studio at KRCC where they played a few songs and talked about their future and the future of music.

Dance Over Anaheim KRCC Interview

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