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Eclipse 6 Releases Second Gospel Album – “Sing Thy Grace”

Eclipse 6, one of the most awe-inspiring a cappella groups to ever grace a stage, is comprised of six talented vocalists - Paul Hansen, Kevin Jones, Jake Despain, Dan Kartchner, Shayne Taylor, and James Case. This dynamic group got its start by arranging their own...

GENTRI’s Newest Cover Song: “Bless the Broken Road”

GENTRI recently released a cover of "Bless the Broken Road" and it's more than just "good." Tugs at your heartstrings, doesn't it? If you’re familiar with the Rascal Flatts version, you’ve probably loved this song since it hit the No. 1 spot on the Hot Country Singles...

Dave Crosby, Dad of Claire Ryann Crosby, Auditions for “The Voice”

Dave Crosby is the father of the amazingly talented 4-year-old YouTube sensation, Claire Ryann Crosby. Many people follow Claire’s adventures through her YouTube videos on her family’s YouTube Channel called Claire and the Crosbys. By following Claire, viewers have...

Evie Clair’s Faith on America’s Got Talent Touched the Lives of Many

The votes have been counted and the results for this season of America’s Got Talent have been announced. Evie Clair, the 13-year-old Latter-day Saint teen who wowed both judges and audiences alike with her emotional performances finished ninth in the competition....

Eclipse 6 Sings “Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing”

"Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing" is well-known for its meaningful lyrics, moving melody, and light harmonies. Eclipse 6 gives a taste of their a cappella magic as they sing a variation of this beloved hymn. Written in the 18th century by Robert Robinson when he...

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