Carmel Valley students cast in music video

Nomad lead vocalist from Dive Bomber with the cast.

Rock and Roll San Diego’s students Alexander Santana, Brendan Santana, Nathan Santana and Zach Busse, all age 11, made their musical video debut in Dive Bomber’s latest release “Dig It.” The boys also appear in the video of the making of “Dig It” and in the trailer for Rock and Roll San Diego School of Music and Performing Arts. Alexander, Brendan, Nathan and Zack all thought that making a video was hard work but it was also the most fun they have ever had. Alexander said, “It was so much fun being a rock star, I loved playing the drums,” and Nathan said that he loved the body paint. All three videos can be viewed on youtube. Dive Bomber will be appearing at Rock and Roll San Diego’s grand opening on June 4 and 5, from noon-6 p.m., and all four boys said they would be there for sure to rock out with Dive Bomber and the rest of the bands. There will be live music, music workshops, raffles and celebrity guests. The school is located at 3360 Sports Arena Blvd., Suite A. For more information, contact Rock and Roll San Diego School of Music and Recording Arts, 619-255-9594 or Admission to the opening event is free.

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