In Saints Channel Studio, Richie Steadman sits down with Latter-day Saint musicians to talk about music and experiences as Church members.
COVID has curtailed Christmas concert plans, but the Church is now crowdsourcing the effort, inviting all to submit their own performances.
When life gives you lemons, make movies. That’s the motto of Working with Lemons, a family with a passion for music and movie making.
Some of our favorite Latter-day Saint YouTubers have continued to work hard to release content during their quarantine, bringing us some joy.
A new pair of videos released two days apart from Nashville Tribute Band and Madilyn Paige, bring their best versions of the message, “Come unto Jesus.”
Latter-day Saints seem to have a prejudice against rap. Colby Ferrin his hoping to change that.
What do the mandolin, skipping down the beach, and a bald man have in common? The answer, Ryan Shupe’s latest music video.
New Yorkers were given a treat outside of Carnegie Hall, as the Millennial Choir sang some of its set on the streets outside the venue following a blackout.
Just in time for Independence Day, Latter-day Saint artist Nadia Khristean has released a new video honoring military veterans.
Are you into Gentri? You will be.
The Church has offered up some doctrinal guidelines for songwriters to adhere to as they create content.
Just in time for Mother’s day, the Gentleman Trio that is Gentri strikes again, with a wonderful mashup of “You Say” and “Wind Beneath My Wings.”
BYU Noteworthy continues to produce incredible a capella material.
The indomitable David Archuleta returns with another single.
After nearly two centuries, America’s Choir is adopting a new name.
You have until July 2019 to sound off on new content to be included in a hymnbook that aims to reflect the global nature of the Church.
With the ever-growing popularity of the music media major at BYU that pairs quality creative and marketing services within the music industry, these videos, yea, even these singing groups, essentially become an entire enterprise.
Whatever you listen to this season, don’t let radio be your Christmas music guide, listen to what the sounds from the Mormon corridor have to offer.
The longtime frontman of the Killers opens up about what the public has yet to understand about Mormonism’s roots. He also has a new album.
In which Dennis Rodman is featured in the loosest sense possible.
Sorry, Hamilton Lovers, Christopher Jackson Is out at the Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s Pioneer Day Concert. Alex Boyé Is In.
The abrupt announcement comes less than a week before the Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s annual Pioneer Day concert.
David Archuleta leaves behind the saccharinized pop of his youth on Orion, and discovers something more, something transformative.
Utah’s hottest rapper makes his way to the Chicago to team up with Taylor Bennett.
YouTube artist Jamesthemormon releases a new rap song about Joseph Smith, and it’s awesome.
Android users can finally embrace something iOS users have had for years – an LDS Music app
What happens when four BYU students create a song that they wrote for a hit movie that hasn’t been released yet? They go viral and hope to get noticed.
How Killers frontman Brandon Flowers balances family and faith with the professional requirements and temptations of a rock star.
Piano Guys, David Archuleta, Peter Hollens, and Every Mormon Actor Ever Sing “Angels We Have Heard on High”
Piano Guys, David Archuleta, Peter Hollens, and everyone in Provo make a pretty rad Christmas video. If you don’t feel joy from this, you are heartless