If there’s any justice, Truman Brothers will join the ranks of Lindsey Stirling, The Piano Guys, Alex Boye, James The Mormon and other Latter-day Saint artists who achieve mainstream success without compromising their values. Fans of Michael Buble, John Legend, and other smooth-singers will want to give them a listen.
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LDS 16-year-old Lauryn Judd from Draper, Utah, got a three-chair turn surprise from the judges while singing for NBC’s The Voice Tuesday after performing her blind audition “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” by Cyndi Lauper.
Three LDS artists took the cake this week on the "Classical Albums" Billboard chart when they landed the top three spots. Nathan Pacheco’s album Higher landed no. 1 followed by Lindsey Stirling’s album Brave Enough and The Piano Guys’ album Uncharted at the no. 2 and 3 spots, respectively.
Lately, I’ve had marriage on the brain, and it’s not surprising. Our oldest son will be married in a matter of days. As I have pondered what counsel I could share with my son before he embarks on this new adventure, a faint image fills my mind: Marriage is a lot like rowing.
My friend Peggy Smith Pearson has always spread sunshine wherever she goes, no matter what challenge she might be experiencing in her personal life. I first met her when she was dating my friend and collaborator John V. Pearson whom I met while singing with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
This weekend will likely be filled with repeated renditions of the carols you've come to know and love. In case you're ready for a musical refreshment--something you haven't heard quite as often--here is Paul Cardall's melodic rendition of 'Son of God.'