Dylan Young, Tyron Williams and Brody Moore died: SU Human Jukebox band members Car crash Explained

An accident involving an 18-wheeler claimed the lives of three marching band members from Southern University’s Human Jukebox. Let’s see How did SU Human Jukebox band members die and about the car crash incident in detail.

How did SU Human Jukebox band members die?

Kedric Taylor, director of bands at Southern University and A&M College, confirmed that three students died in the tragedy.

The Jukebox Nation officially confirmed the news on Facebook.

“It is with sadness and deepest regret that we wish to inform you of the passing of three of our band students due to an automobile accident.

We will notify you all with more details when we have them. We ask that you say a prayer for the families of these students and keep them in your thoughts. All for one.”

Although we are aware of the names of the Southern University band members who died in a collision overnight, we are not yet revealing them.

This is because, according to Louisiana State Police, one victim’s family has not yet been informed.

Two of the pupils played the tuba, and the other played the drums.


Car Crash incident

Three Southern University Human Jukebox band members died in a collision on Tuesday.

The serious two-vehicle crash on I-49 (northbound), north of Powhatan, was attended by deputies, LSP, and the Natchitoches Regional Medical Center EMS, according to the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office.

In addition, the Natchitoches Parish Coroner’s Office arrived on the site.

Additional information will be provided as it becomes available,


About ‘The Human Jukebox’

The marching band for Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is called The Human Jukebox.

USA Today, NCAA, ESPN, and Time have all routinely named The Human Jukebox as one of the greatest marching bands in the country.

The band is well-known for its potent sound, deep arrangements, large song collection, and engaging stage presence.

“Battle of the Bands”

The Human Jukebox’s Friday night “Battle of the Bands” matchup against Grambling’s “World Famed” Tiger Marching Band during Bayou Classic weekend in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome is one of the most eagerly anticipated annual events.

Tens of thousands of alumni, supporters, and onlookers attend the annual event. On Saturday’s nationally televised football game, NBC showed snippets of it.

2015 Bayou Classic Battle of the Bands

After a heartfelt performance of Adele’s popular track “Hello” by the Human Jukebox from the 2015 Bayou Classic Battle of the Bands went viral on YouTube, the band received overwhelmingly favorable coverage on both a national and international level.

The video was one of the top trending topics in the nation on social media the week it was released, receiving over 1 million views in less than two weeks.

A documentary by Vice Media about the Human Jukebox and their yearly band competition in New Orleans with Grambling’s “World Famed” Tiger Marching band was released in 2019.

It covered the historical and cultural significance of the group.

The following is a list of the Human Jukebox’s primary playlist:

  • The SU Alma Mater
  • The SU Fight Song
  • The SU Spirit Song, inspired by a 19th century Gospel song
  • “Do Watcha Wanna”, a New Orleans brass band classic
  • “Talkin’ Out the Side of Your Neck”, a Funk/R&B classic by Cameo
  • “I Don’t Give A”, a Hip-Hop song by Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz
  • “Black and Blues”, a Jazz/R&B song by Al Jarreau
  • “I’m So Glad I Go to Southern U.”, inspired by “I’m So Glad” from Delta blues legend Skip James

“Official Chicken of the SU Human Jukebox”

The Southern University Human Jukebox and Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers (a national restaurant chain with headquarters in Baton Rouge) formed a relationship in October 2017.

As a result, Raising Cane became the “Official Chicken of the SU Human Jukebox.”

They became the first marching band in the country with a license plate at the 2017 Bayou Classic Battle of the Bands when State Representative Ted James and J Morgan & Associates introduced the official Human Jukebox state license plate for Louisianans.

The Human Jukebox Events

The Human Jukebox has a history of appearing at a variety of highly visible events.

  • In 1997, the Human Jukebox performed at President Bill Clinton’s inaugural parade. In 2015, the Human Jukebox provided entertainment for Floyd Mayweather’s grand entrance at “The Fight of the Century” in the MGM Grand Arena of Las Vegas.
  • The Human Jukebox and Fabulous Dancing Dolls were featured in the 2019 music video for “Good as Hell” by Top 100 Billboard artist Lizzo.
  • The Human Jukebox and Fabulous Dancing Dolls flew to Pasadena, California in December 2019 to take part in the 131st Rose Parade on New Year’s Day. The marching band participated in the parade for the second time; the previous visit was 40 years ago, in 1980.

The Band has over 200,000 Facebook, 100,000 YouTube, and 90,000 Instagram followers, making it one of the most watched and followed college marching bands in the country.

Several of their social media videos have had over 1 million views.


Mello Mal tweeted,

“Dammm…prayers to my jukebox family.”

Josiah J.Sampson III commented,

“Sincere prayers for the families, campus community, and the Human Jukebox family! Love and respect. Sonic Boom of the South – Crab 86”

Tracy Ladyjag Willis commented,

“Prayers and comfort for the families and Jukebox Nation.”

Byron Tyner Jr Msw commented,

“Sending prayer and love to their families.”

Erica Moses commented,

“Prayers and comfort to all.”

Timothy Seals commented,

“Amen. praying for comfort and condolences to the families.”

One of the worst things anyone can go through in life is losing a loved one. Any journey must have a destination at the end. The person’s time on earth has regrettably come to an end now that they have died.

We wish them eternal peace and send our thoughts and prayers to their loved ones, family, friends.


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