Greg Ericksen’s song ‘Light Up the Land’ first found acclaim during the 2002 Winter Olympics when it was heard in over 83 countries worldwide and viewed online over 100 million times. Now, in an effort to raise funds for COVID-19 relief, Ericksen and his bandmates from the legendary Utah-based rock band The Grimm have partnered with other recording artists throughout Utah and the world to release a new version of the popular song.
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I was an impressionable Beehive sitting at a Young Women’s awards night when a very special guest performed. A few years older than me, Nicole Sheahan sat at the piano and sang an inspirational ballad she had written titled, “I am His daughter.” I was riveted throughout the entire performance.
Due to the current conditions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Heritage Tour by The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square, which was originally planned for June 25-July 16, has been postponed until next year.
"Our family was asked to provide a musical number for Sacrament Meeting, to the theme of The Restoration of the Gospel. We sang it a cappella for two meetings that day, and the Spirit was so strong that we felt moved upon to record it and share our testimonies of its truthfulness with the world."
Composer Rob Gardner learned some unexpected and wonderful truths about the character of Jesus as he wrote "Lamb of God", the beautiful oratorio about the final week of Christ's life. Learn about his process and find out how you and your family can join his Easter sing-a-long of this singularly spiritual and awe-inspiring work.
Though there are already a multitude of reasons to look forward to the forthcoming, historic General Conference in just two weeks, this video will get you even more excited for it.