Will, Kirby, and Danny are the hottest new sensation in Mormon pop music! Will is an aerobics instructor, Danny is a student of eastern philosophy, and Kirby is a scrapbooking specialist. Together, they make up the band "Everclean" and they have taken the Mormon boy band scene by storm. Sons of Provo chronicles the struggles and successes of a group of boys fighting to become the most spiritual Mormon boy band in history. Written by
The spiritual sound barrier is about to be broken.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated PG for mild language and thematic elements
30 October 2004 (USA)
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Opening Weekend: $10,952
(18 February 2005)
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Did You Know?
The number listed on Will and Danny's flier for the boy band audition is 867-5309, which references the Tommy Tutone song "Jenny (867-5309)." This number also appears in the other Halestorm films "The Singles Ward," "The R.M.," and "Church Ball." See more
In scenes at two different concerts, the band performs in front of a handmade sign that spells out "Evercleer." In most other mentions in the movie, the band is known as "Everclear." See more
We're looking for someone a little more dedicated, quite honestly.
Someone who's willing to commit.
Right, and somebody that is willing to walk the path of righteousness with us. We're going to find someone that has some wicked moves...
Oh yeah, I mean pipes.
...Some bad mother vocal tricks, and some that most importantly, is in touch with the Divine, um, as we are. A black guy would be awsome, right?
There's only like ten black guys in Utah, but we'll find them.
References This Is Spinal Tap