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11-Year-Old Blake Walker Delivers A Dynamic Rendition of “This Is Me”

One of the great joys about being the lead writer and manager of a website like Mormon Music is that I get to watch numerous new music videos by seasoned LDS music artists, as well as, rising music artists. The immense amount of talent that is out there is astounding,...

The LeBaron Family’s Les Misérables Video Goes Viral

Meet the LeBaron family. They are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and love singing together. Jordon LeBaron says that music has become a defining characteristic of their family. Having musically gifted parents, he and his siblings grew up...

David Archuleta is Writing His Own Postcards in the Sky

Above everything else, David Archuleta wants to remain true to himself and share his message of faith, hope, and love wherever he goes. Since returning home after serving a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Chile Concepción...

Ryan Innes Talks About His Debut Album “The Inbetween”

Ryan Innes, a native of Utah, and a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is a vocalist and songwriter who is best known for his soulful voice. ReverbNation proclaims, “Ryan’s voice will dig deep into your memories and help you release emotions...

Jay Warren ft James VIII Soulful Cover of Sam Smith’s “Lay Me Down”

On 19 March 2018, Indie/R&B recording artist, Jay Warren, released a somber, yet soulful version of Grammy nominee and Rolling Stone cover star Sam Smith’s enduring love ballad, “Lay Me Down” on his YouTube channel. Featured in the video are the smooth vocals of James...

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