Music Covers

The Mormon Music website is designed with the music enthusiast in mind. On the site, we feature many LDS music artists who have varied talents in several different genres. Although the name says, ‘Mormon Music,’ it is our goal to provide wholesome music resources for peoples of all faiths, as well as, those who have no religious affiliations to listen to and enjoy.

We also allow people who have created music video covers of songs of some of their favorite artists to submit those covers to share with our audience.

Alfredo AlcocerAlfredo Alcocer, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is a concert pianist from Ciudad de México (Mexico City). He began his musical studies at the age of seven at Conservatorio Nacional de Música (The National Conservatory of Music) where he qualified as a piano soloist. At the age of 17, Alfredo made his debut as a pianist at the National Auditorium in Mexico City. Throughout his professional career he has performed as a solo artist in different cities in the United States, Italy, and México. He has performed as a soloist and with an orchestra at the Azteca Stadium, the Mexican Culture Seminar, on the esplanade of the Monument of the Revolution, in the National Museum of the Viceroyalty, in the National History Museum, in the Mexiquense Auditorium, in the television program “Animal Nocturno,” and in the Manuel M. Ponce Hall of the Palace of Fine Arts.

Dillon Antony is a 23-year-old singer-songwriter from Toronto, Ontario. He is a Pop/R&B artist that has been performing for the past 10 years. He has aspirations of performing professionally in front of thousands of people to showcase his talents and to inspire them to make something great of themselves. You can find more of his music videos on his YouTube channel.

 

 

Boski - Mormon Music Cover Submission16-year-old Boski from India favors us with a music cover of “Ain’t No Tears Left to Cry” by Ariana Grande.She is an an aspiring singer and I try to give my best while singing.

 

 

 

The Grove, Liberty Jail, and CarthageDouglas Huff, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, served as a bishop. While preparing for a youth conference, he felt inspired to include music as part of the conference and was blessed to pen the words and come up with the tune for a song, which is his testimony about Joseph Smith. The song is called “The Grove, Liberty Jail, and Carthage.” Julie Turnbow composed the arrangement and Jonathan Turnbow provides the vocals for the beautiful song.

 

Ko Ya Chang - Never Enough24-year-old Ko Ya Chang from Taichung, Taiwan, Taiwan, majored in classical vocal when he was in college. He says, “Taiwan is a very small country in the universe, and it’s not a known country for some people. Also, the classical culture is very barren in this land. I would like to show the world that there is someone who can sing like this in Taiwan, and make more people know this country.” He performs an excellent cover of the song “Never Enough” from the phenomenal movie “The Greatest Showman.”

 

MaKenna Harmer - Peace in ChristMaKenna Harmer from St. George, Utah, is a singer, instrumentalist, and actress. She has taken voice lessons over the span or of  four years, plays six instruments and is frequently trying to learn more. She has preformed in many musical theater productions the most recent being The School of Rock with The Stage Door. MaKenna was born and raised in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and loves to share her testimony through the art of music.

 

Shubham - Redemption SongFrom, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Shubham shares his talents with his acoustic guitar rendition of Bob Marley’s “Redemption Song.” His smooth vocals and excellent guitar playing are comparable to the sounds of Bob Marley. As a person watches the video, they can almost imagine Bob Marley himself up on stage playing an acoustic version of his song. Shubham’s second music video cover is just as smooth as his first. In his second video he performs an acoustic cover of Bob Marley’s “Positive Vibration.” In his third music cover submission, Shubham returns with a rousing Bob Marley mashup of three songs – “Natural Mystic,” “Get Up Stand Up,” and “I shot the Sherriff.” In his latest music video cover, he performs an acoustic cover of “Jugband Blues” by Pink Floyd. You can find more of his music videos on his YouTube channel.

Preslee _Mormon Music SubmissionPreslee from St. George, Utah, is a young singer and actress. She strives to share her music with people all around the world. She began taking voice lessons when she was only six years old. She is currently studying voice with Lisa Seegmiller, (Tony award-winning, Grammy award-nominated, singer and actress). She loves performing and making music videos for her YouTube channel. Not only does Preslee cover other people’s songs, but she also writes her own, original music.

Preslee has been singing for as long as she can remember and she never wants to stop. She is a proud member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and she loves to sing in the ward choir with her friends. It is her top priority to make music that is appropriate for all people to enjoy and listen to. Preslee often sings the Star Spangled Banner at conferences and other important events. She encourages and supports all children and adults who want to share and create their music.

Semra - RoyalsSemra from Baku, the capital and largest city of Azerbaijan, as well as the largest city on the Caspian Sea and of the Caucasus region, with a population of 2,374,000, has submitted a cover for the song “Royals” by New Zealand singer, Lorde. She says that she tries to sing different styles of music. For her cover of this song, she combines her vocals with acoustic guitar playing to present this Indie version of Lorde’s electropop song which was released on 3 June 2013 by Universal Music Group (UMG) as the lead single from her debut extended play The Love Club EP (2012). It was later included on her debut studio album, Pure Heroine (2013).

 

 

 

Sneha Vinoy10-year-old Sneha Vinoy from Mamaroneck, New York, has submitted two wonderful music video covers. The first one that she submitted is a cover for Sia’s song “Cheap Thrills.” The second video that she submitted is a cover for Alex & Sierra’s song “Little Do You Know.” Sneha is just getting started recording music video covers. You can subscribe to her YouTube channel for more of her covers.

 

Asking AlexandriaOgnyan (Shredster69) from Vidin, Vidin, Bulgaria, has submitted his music cover for “The Black [Explicit]” by Asking Alexandria. 15-year-old Ognyan started playing the guitar a year ago. This is his first music cover. You can find more of his videos on his YouTube channel.

 

 

Isaac WrightIsaac Wright is an acoustic singer, songwriter, and musician from Geelong, Austrailia. He likes to write his own songs and comedic sketches, or add his own flair to a song that he admires by another music artist. His musical influences include artists such as The Classic Crime, Ed Sheeran, Mayday Parade, and The Icarus Account. He says, “anything that’ll make you, laugh, smile, cry, enjoy yourself in some way, that’s what I’m about.” You can find more of his videos on his YouTube channel and you can listen to some of his audio tracks on his SoundCloud page. Also, please take a moment to learn more about him by visiting his official website.

We invite others to submit their music covers either as MP3 files or as YouTube videos. We will review your work and if it meets our cover submission guidelines, we will share your work with our audience so that you can gain valuable feedback.

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