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Popular LDS Couple Sing A Lullaby to Comfort Us All

Popular LDS Couple Sing A Lullaby to Comfort Us All

Kenzie Nimmo and her husband, Harris Heller, are somewhat of a music sensation on social media. With over 250,000 followers and growing, Kenzie’s beautiful covers and original songs are quickly gaining traction. This is especially true of their most recent video, entitled “Emma’s Lullaby.” Kenzie wrote the song for her niece Emma, but she also said in the video’s description, …

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10 Mormon Musicians on YouTube You Should Really Know About

10 Mormon Musicians on YouTube You Should Really Know About

If you know anything about LDS culture, you’ve probably heard some of these names: Lindsey Stirling. The Piano Guys. Alex Boye. David Archuleta. All are popular LDS musicians who have made a name for themselves, to say the least. Just to give you an idea, Lindsey Stirling was ranked the 4th highest paid YouTube star of 2015. In fact, Stirling …

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Three LDS Sisters Cover Adele’s New Massive Hit “Hello”

Three LDS Sisters Cover Adele's New Massive Hit "Hello"

The Gardiner Sisters, a trio of singing sisters from North Carolina, have almost 500,000 subscribers on YouTube and millions of views. They are also Mormon. “We dedicate ourselves to trying to be the best people we can first, the best sisters that we can first, and then hopefully that will translate over into our music,” Hailey Gardiner told the Deseret …

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This Special Music Video is for Anyone Who Has Lost a Child

This Special Music Video is for Anyone Who Has Lost a Child

  Sarah Ann Beynon, an LDS musician and lyricist, has created a powerful new music video to help anyone suffering through the loss of a child. The song was inspired by Beynon’s niece Margot who was born with trisomy 18, a condition that causes severe developmental delays. “Before she was born we had no idea anything was wrong so it …

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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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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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Mercy River Creates New Song for Learning LDS Apostles

Mercy River Creates New Song for Learning LDS Apostles

Whitney Permann, one of the members of the LDS music trio Mercy River, has created a fun new song to help you and your family remember the names of the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Permann has been creating the songs since her oldest child was three. In the blog post where she posted the video, she …

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Jenny Oaks Baker Supports Religious Freedom in New Music Video

Jenny Oaks Baker Supports Religious Freedom in New Music Video

Jenny Oaks Baker, renowned LDS violinist, has created a new music video supporting religious freedom. The video features Baker playing “Yesterday” while on a boat near the Statue of Liberty, as well as religious leaders in their places of worship. In the video’s description, Baker writes: I have become very concerned recently as I have seen so many attacks on …

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