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Nashville Tribute Band Releases Rousing Song Ahead of Album Release

Nashville Tribute Band Releases Rousing Song Ahead of Album Release

The Nashville Tribute Band, a powerful music group dedicated to preaching the good news of Jesus Christ, has released the first single from their latest album, entitled “That River Gonna Rise.” The Word: A Nashville Tribute to the Bible shows how Old Testament themes can relate to the modern day. “That River Gonna Rise” is about how we can build a …

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Watch Kirtland Latter-day Saint Youth Sing Joyful Song About Their History

Watch Kirtland Latter-day Saint Youth Sing Joyful Song About Their History

A group of Latter-day Saint youth participating in a pioneer trek reenactment this summer performed a special song relating to their local history. The Nashville Tribute Band, a popular band of Latter-day Saints looking to praise God through down-to-earth music, wrote a song known as “American Dreams” for their 2005 album focused on the life of the prophet Joseph Smith. …

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The Nashville Tribute Band Has a NEW Christmas Album!

The Nashville Tribute Band Has a NEW Christmas Album!

The Nashville Tribute Band is beloved by LDS members for their rich country sound, inspiring lyrics, and joyful attitude of praise. For years, they have been producing albums dedicated to missionaries, Joseph Smith, and, most recently, our Savior Jesus Christ. Their message is one of faith and unity and they have toured the country performing in churches and communities. Now, …

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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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This Country Singer’s Story on Mormon.org Will Touch Your Heart

This New Story on Mormon.org Will Touch Your Heart

Tim Gates, lead singer of Due West and a singer/songwriter for the popular Nashville Tribute Band, was featured in a new Mormon.org video this week. Part of Mormon.org’s “I’m a Mormon” series, Gates discusses country music, but then spends most of the time talking about his time serving those with severe disabilities, including another man named Timmy Tim. Timmy fetal …

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Nashville Tribute Band’s New Music Video Will Fill You With Praise

The Nashville Tribute Band's New Music Video Will Fill You With Praise

Founded by Jason Deere, award-winning songwriter and Nashville record producer, The Nashville Tribute Band is a powerful group of musicians dedicated to bring Christians together through music as we find common ground in Jesus Christ. In 2014, the group released their latest album REDEEMER: A Nashville Tribute To Jesus Christ, which debuted at #4 on the iTunes Christian Chart and …

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PHOTOS: BYU Women’s Conference Night of Entertainment

PHOTOS: BYU Women's Conference Night of Entertainment

On Thursday, April 30, numerous LDS musical groups and personalities came together for a night of entertainment at BYU Women’s Conference. Want to learn more about the latest projects from these amazing acts? Click the list of links below! Mercy River | Lisa Valentine Clark | Calee Reed | Nashville Tribute Band | Dawn Armstrong | GENTRI | Salt Lake City …

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Redeemer: A Nashville Inspired Tribute to the Savior

Chills. Heart thrills. Tears. “And I know that He is risen! Yes I know that He is risen. Oh I know that my Jesus is Risen!” The music swells, the voices soar, and my heart lifts and joins the testimony, “He is Risen!” I have song number eleven on the Nashville Tribute Band’s new album, Redeemer, on repeat. I’ve listened …

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