You may know Elder Dansie from a previous duet with Yahosh Bonner and another with Daniel Beck. Now, he shares his rendition of "How Can I Be" in a song that follows the admonition of ancient prophets to liken the scriptures unto ourselves, set to a beautiful melody.
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A recent addition to the flood of missionaries sharing their talents and testimonies on social media is singer/songwriter Elder Jay Phung's rendition of "When there's no peace on earth, there is peace in Christ." Enjoy the video here.
In recent weeks, two missionary music videos were released that offer a unique take on two songs about Jesus Christ. These missionaries bear testimony in the form of their beautiful interpretations of these songs and they are not to be missed.
This week marks 20 years since the shocking events of September 11 that changed the United States forever. In remembrance of that event, The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square are presenting a 30-minute Music & the Spoken Word special: “9/11 | COMING TOGETHER”. Here's how you can watch.
Latter-day Saint sisters Kamri (age 14) and Sara (19) perform a song written by their father Ben Arkell in a new music video. He says he wrote, "God Gives Thanks for You" as a reminder to all five of his daughters of their divine worth.
‘You’re not good enough, I don’t think, to get away with flying through the air and trying to play the violin at the same time,’ ‘AGT’ judge Piers Morgan told Stirling in 2010.
The concert will be held on at the Shops at Riverwoods in Orem, UT. Performing will be artists such as Madilyn Paige, Yahosh Bonner, Maddie Wilson, Dallyn Bayles, and Spark Singers; as well as more than 30 others!