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David Archuleta Performs New Song, Reveals He Almost Quit Music

David Archuleta Performs New Song, Reveals He Almost Quit Music

  Earlier in September, David Archuleta performed his first concert in years in Idaho Falls. Just some natural dull awkwardness mixed with some nerves and excitement for this first show in Idaho Falls! #almost4years #concerts #idaho #potatoes? A video posted by David Archuleta (@davidarchie) on Sep 17, 2015 at 2:36pm PDT   During the concert, Archuleta performed a new song, …

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Mormons in the NBA – Losers or Latter-day Legends?

If you’re a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and a fan of the NBA, you might be familiar with names like Travis Hansen, Thurl Bailey, and Fred Roberts. If these names ring a bell, you’re among the elite few NBA fans that know some of the Mormons that have played in the league. If you’re …

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Exclusive Interviews With “Just Let Go” Filmmakers | From Mormon Message to Major Motion Picture

Exclusive Interviews With "Just Let Go" Filmmakers | From Mormon Message to Major Motion Picture

  We are currently in the midst of what many are calling a “renaissance” of Mormon film, with films such as Meet the Mormons, Freetown, and The Cokeville Miracle redefining the genre within the last year alone. Now, a powerful Mormon Message has been transformed into a new major motion picture about forgiveness and relying on the grace of Christ, …

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LDS Youth Invited to Join the Piano Guys During Online Event

LDS Youth Invited to Join the Piano Guys During Online Event

  Tonight, LDS youth from around the world are invited to join the Piano Guys in an online Face to Face event. The Church has been hosting Face to Face events for the past year, with people such as Lindsey Stirling and Elder David A. Bednar. The purpose of these online chats is to help LDS youth “understand that they …

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80-Year Old Grandparents Celebrate Anniversary with “UP” Duet

80-Year Old Grandparents Celebrate Anniversary with "UP" Duet

The grandparents of LDS pianist Jason Lyle Black are featured in a new music video and the results are heart-melting. Inspired by Pixar’s hit move UP, the two are dressed as characters from the film and play a beautiful duet of the film’s soundtrack. “My grandparents were very excited to be part of this video,” Black noted. “It was so …

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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.     Elder Jeffrey R. Holland had the opportunity to reorganize the New Haven Connecticut Stake presidency. Elder Holland lived in the are with his young family when he was a graduate student at Yale University. He was able to be reunited …

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Vote for Studio C in Hunger Games Fan Video Contest!

Vote for Studio C in Hunger Games Fan Video Contest!

Back in October 2014, BYUtv’s Studio C released a series of parody music videos for characters in the hit book/film franchise The Hunger Games. Now, nearly a year later, one of the videos has been nominated for the best fan-made music video by the filmmakers. The video nominated, “Peeta’s Song,” currently has nearly 2.5 million views on YouTube and is resting …

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The Nashville Tribute Band: The Inspiring True Story Behind Their Mission and Message

The Nashville Tribute Band: The Inspiring True Story Behind Their Mission and Message

  If you haven’t heard about the Nasvhille Tribute Band, you’ve been missing out on one of the most fulfilling and entertaining musical journeys in the Latter-day Saint community. Featuring numerous artists over the years, the group has produced beloved albums such as The Work and Joseph: A Nashville Tribute to the Prophet. In late 2014, they released Redeemer: A …

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Lindsey Stirling 4th Highest Paid YouTube Star of 2015

Forbes has released a report listing the the World’s highest-paid YouTube stars and it features our very own Lindsey Stirling! The well-known YouTuber and dancing violinist was named the 4th highest earning YouTube star of 2015 reported Forbes in an article published on their website today. Lindsey served a full-time mission on New York City and graduated from BYU after …

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This New Rendition of Amazing Grace Will Make Your Spirit Soar

This New Rendition of Amazing Grace Will Make Your Spirit Soar

  BYU Noteworthy, Brigham Young University’s premier all-female a capella group, has released a beautiful new rendition of Amazing Grace. The group is dressed in white and sings in a lush, fall setting. This year, members of BYU Noteworthy are Alyssa Aramaki, Sarah Cunha, Alyssa Flake, Rachael Holt, Allyssa Jex, Jessica Johnson, Janae Klumpp, Tressa Roberts, and Taylor Whitlock. The video …

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