Hudson Lights

Hudson LightsThe music group collectively known as Hudson Lights creates “a fresh fusion of contemporary pop and jazz like you’ve never heard before.” The group consists of four vocal artists from the Rocky Mountains – McKay Crockett (Sandy Utah), Keith Evans (San Francisco, California), Joseph Moore (Littleton, Colorado), and Ross Welch (Cody, Wyoming).

In November 2013, their self-titled CD “Hudson Lights” debuted and featured some of the classic songs from artists such as Frank Sinatra and the Beatles, as well as two original songs. In September of that same year, their single “Good to Me” was released on iTunes.

The guys who make up the group are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but the sound that they produce is not your typical LDS Sunday music. They are able to blend their voices in melodious harmony as they sing renditions of upbeat, non-religious songs with a positive message, thus making their music appealing to both LDS and non-LDS listening audiences.

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