The Dazzling Minnesota Mormon Chorale

The Dazzling Minnesota Mormon Chorale

One of the best known faces of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (often inadvertently called the Mormon Church) is The Mormon Tabernacle Choir. This church choir began in the 1800s and is world-renowned.  It is a “Mormon” aspect many people will be...
Utah Valley Music Scene

Utah Valley Music Scene

The concept behind The Voice, an American reality television singing competition broadcast on NBC, is to discover new singing talent (solo or duets) among ambitious singers, 15 years of age and over, who are chosen from public auditions. The idea for the American...
Mormon Tabernacle Choir to Release New CD

Mormon Tabernacle Choir to Release New CD

Notable and Award Winning Bryn Terfel Terfel has recorded numerous award-winning CDs and performed in major opera houses around the world. This Commander of the Order of the British Empire, (bestowed upon him by the Prince of Wales), is an operatic virtuoso since his...
Four Mormon Contestants in Finals on The Voice

Four Mormon Contestants in Finals on The Voice

Elimination from NBC’s “The Voice” isn’t the end of the road for Ryan Innes, Jon Peter Lewis, Ryan Hayes and Amy Whitcomb—all members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, sometimes inadvertently called the Mormon Church—it’s just the beginning,...
Jon Peter Lewis Back on Reality TV

Jon Peter Lewis Back on Reality TV

When John Peter Lewis was 23, he cashed in his college loan money to take a big risk—he auditioned for American Idol, a reality television program that helps to “discover” pop music stars. Although Simon Cowell and Rolling Stones Magazine predicted that he would win,...
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