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Junior Maile’s Power Ballad “Counting Stars”

This week’s “Video Find of the Week” features the melodious music of popular singer/songwriter Junior Maile who is originally from St. Petersburg, Florida. His genres of music include R&B Soul, Reggae, Country, Gospel, or as he says, “anything that sounds good to...

Stuart Edge – An Ingenious Way to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

In a new YouTube video, actor, writer, musician, and Utah YouTube sensation, Stuart Edge, shares his ingenious way of celebrating Valentine’s Day. Known for his pranks, magics, and flash mob videos, in this video, a giant teddy bear and hands out roses and teddy bears...

Nathan Pacheco Ascribes BYU Talk to His Decision to Pursue Music Career

World-class, award-winning, classically trained tenor, Nathan Pacheco, owes a great deal of his decision to pursue music as a career to a talk that he heard given by Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of...

BYU Noteworthy, Vocal Point Receive Award for Their Spectacular Videos

Brigham Young University’s a cappella group Noteworthy which is based in Provo, Utah, is comprised of nine female members, all of whom are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Per BYU Performing Arts Management, their melodious voices “deliver a...

Nathan Pacheco and the Power of the Song “Forever”

Nathan Pacheco is an opera trained tenor who “sings with the warmth of the great pop artists.” He is a native of Washington, D.C., of Brazilian descent. With the passion of a poet, Nathan who is an accomplished television and recording artist expresses his love of...

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