Christopher Johnny Gould Jr.’s Music Submissions

Christopher Johnny Gould Jr. is a devout member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He is a returned missionary for the Church and is a devoted follower of the Lord Jesus Christ. He has been in the music business since he was in Junior High School, earning awards and honors in choir and solo competitions. He also studied music in college and earned a certification in audio engineering. He favors us in his first video with an original hymn based on a scripture from the Book of Mormon. The title of the song is “Come unto Christ.”

Christopher is a great-great-great grandson of Parley P. Pratt and in his second video, he performs an arrangement of “Jesus Once of Humble Birth” combined with a composition called “The Living Christ.” In his third video, Christopher performs an original medley of songs about the savior and combined into a salute to the Savior’s sacrifice and love for us. In his fourth video, Christopher performs a cover of “Tears in Heaven” by Eric Clapton, which he sings about his dad who passed away 12 years ago in 2006. They were both fans of Eric Clapton and played his music together. Next, Christopher favors us with a cover of “Pride and Joy” by Stevie Ray Vaughan. He says that the song is “written with the first guitar technique my father taught me the blues in e major the lyrics describe to me how a loving man should value his eternal companion and love her.”

During his first semester at college, Christopher sang the timeless hymn, “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing” at recitals and concerts. He performs his guitar rendition for us in his latest music video submission.

 

 

 

 

 

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