Musician and songwriter Nathan Waite talks about the heart defect he was born with and how his faith and patience has helped him know things will work out. People leave his concerts feeling uplifted. Nathan sings: “Alone” and “One Day,”.Read More
During the first-ever Youth Music Festival 2020, thousands of Latter-day Saint young men and women tuned in to watch their peers share their talents and testimonies of Jesus Christ in a worldwide broadcast.Read More
When there are no words, music must break the silence.
Jesus promised, “Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you…let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.” John 27:14
We add our voices to those of our amazingly talented and beautiful friends in hopes that you feel our love and receive His everlasting peace.
Guest performers are joining The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square in a special worldwide broadcast this weekend to commemorate 90 years of “Music & the Spoken Word.” The pre-recorded program features interviews and performances with renowned guest artists who have previously appeared with the choir.Read More
VIDEO: LDS Primary ‘Virtual Singing Time!’ Episode 6! | For Primary Children Doing At-Home Church :)
Primary Singing Time for children in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who are doing at-home church during the COVID-19 Quarantine. May birthdays celebrated. 🙂 Songs sung: Birthday Song, Hinges, and A Child’s Prayer. Games played: Name! That! Tune!Read More
You may have seen them perform this beautiful song on Deseret Book’s “Time Out for Women” tour. Here’s a version of “Never Alone” they recently performed from home that aired on the news.Read More
JOIN VOCAL POINT’S VIRTUAL CHOIR/ORCHESTRA!!!
Whether you sing or play an instrument, Vocal Point needs your help performing “Nearer My God to Thee”!! Follow the link below to learn how to submit your own video!! 😊Read More
VIDEO: United Nations Foundation recognizes Latter-day Saint musician O/B/A in its Top 10 #HopeFromHome moments
Emerging hip-hop artist and LDS musician Oba Bonner — who goes by O/B/A — shared a new and very catchy track on his Instagram account about the coronavirus that begins: “Hello hello corona, no it ain’t flu or pneumonia.
O/B/A said it is “such an honor to be on United Nations Foundation Top 10 #HopeFromHome Moments among public figures I look up to such as NBA Great Dikembe Mutomb, Actor and icon, Jeff Goldblum, and others.”Read More
Who remembers this gem from MEET THE MORMONS?Read More