Crimson Crown to perform at Roadhouse Biker Church


The praise and worship band, Crimson Crown, will be leading worship at Roadhouse Biker Church in San Bernardino tomorrow, October 3, at 7 p.m. According to spokesperson and bassist Steve Martin, Crimson Crown will be there not only “rock the church musically,” but also to pray and share their testimonies.

Steve says, “There just isn’t a church quite like this. The church members ride up on their hogs (Harley Davidsons) and look like a rough bunch, but they are on fire for the Lord Jesus Christ! It is a fun church to visit.”

Crimson Crown has performed at Roadhouse several times over the years since the band’s inception in 2010, hosted and led by Canyon Lakers Steve and Ruth Martin. At the time, the Martins were attending Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside. They now attend Canyon Lake Community Church and have led worship there a couple times over the past couple of years, as well as performing at Canyon Lake Prayer Breakfasts.

Crimson Crown is made up of Steve on bass, Ruth on keyboard, Sam Kalapp on guitar, Tammi Contreras as lead singer and newest member Rob Husk on drums.

The band released its debut CD EP, “From Grace To Glory” during the summer of 2013. They now have several new songs, which they will perform Saturday. For more information, visit


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