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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Jason Lyle Black & Piano Preludes

If you love inspiring music, you’ll want to know Jason Lyle Black and his new album Piano Preludes. In fact, you may have already been introduced to Black without even realizing it. His music videos for popular Disney songs, such as this Frozen mashup and this heart-warming recreation of Up for his grandparent’s 80th anniversary, have all gone viral. Black’s …

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Two LDS Teens Perform Beautiful Homeward Bound Medley

Two LDS Teens Perform Beautiful Homeward Bound Medley

Tyra Orgill and Sander Morrison are two 15-year-olds who have created a beautiful medley of “Homeward Bound” and the classic LDS hymn “Come, Come Ye Saints.” “Tyra and Sander wanted this song and the video to share a message about the hope that can be found as we reach for better things while going through life’s struggles,” the official video …

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You Won’t Want to Miss These 10 LDS Celeb Posts From This Week

You Won’t Want to Miss These 10 LDS Celeb Posts From This Week

Here’s your weekly roundup of the best social media posts from your favorite LDS figures and celebrities! The crew with Tim Ballard, founder of @ourrescue and his amazing family, on the set of our new music video. #operationundergroundrailroad A photo posted by Nik Day (@nikdaymusic) on May 10, 2016 at 1:16pm PDT Nik Day and Kendra Lowe joined together with …

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LDS Musicians Come Together for Heartbreaking Music Video to Support “The Abolitionists”

Kendra Lowe, Nik Day, and Rob Landes have joined together for a heartbreaking video inspired by the documentary The Abolitionists. The Abolitionists follows Timothy Ballard, LDS member and ex-CIA agent, as he leads Operation Underground Railroad to save children around the world from sex trafficking. The music video for “Rescue Me” features clips from the documentary and a startling real-life …

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LDS Rapper Wants Everyone to Know They’re a Treasure

LDS Rapper Wants Everyone to Know They're a Treasure

“I will never apologize for believing wholeheartedly that all people on this earth are equal in God’s eyes,” said James Curran as he discussed some of the controversy surrounding his latest music video. Intended to be a supportive response to Tyler Glen’s latest music video “Trash”, the song proclaims a positive message of charity and kindness. However, some members on …

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Jenny Oaks Baker, TREN Release Wonderland Themed Music Video

Jenny Oaks Baker, TREN Release Wonderland Themed Music Video

Originally formed through BYU’s Commercial Music Program, TREN is a group of four students now dedicated to making original music with a cinematic flair. Recently, the joined with Jenny Oaks Baker, beloved LDS violinist, to create a tribute to Disney’s new Alice Through the Looking Glass film. The result is an enchanting, magical music video. You can watch the entire …

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