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According to Wikipedia Gary Allan is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Gary Allan was born Dec. 5, 1967, in Montebello, Calif., with the name Gary Herzberg. He was raised in La Mirada, Calif., and in his teens, he began to play the honky-tonk circuit.
The Aquabats are an eight-man band. Currently, 2 of the Aquabats are LDS: Christian Jacobs and Chad Larson, the bassist. They're both active and attend the same ward in Orange County, CA. Band member Travis Barker is not a member of the church. In 1995, they self-published their debut album: The Return of the Aquabats
Placed 2nd American Idol 7th Season
Archuleta won his ticket to the Hollywood final auditions at the San Diego tryouts. He was still only sixteen during the Hollywood auditions and, along with other contestants not yet 18, will have to go to school ("doing schoolwork in the morning and then come onto the stage and then go back to the schoolwork") while a part of American Idol's Seventh Season David Archuleta. David was a full-time missionary in Santiago, Chile for two years
Alex Boye' was born and raised in London, England. He joined the church at the age of 16. He later served an LDS Mission to England Bristol. Alex sang regularly on his mission, and from the encouragement of his Mission President, pursued a career in music when he got home.
Alex became the lead singer in the European Boy band
"Awesome", and signed a recording contract with Universal Records in 1996. The
band had hits in over 15 countries, selling over half a million Cd's and
performed alongside such groups as N'SYNC, The Backstreet Boys, Missy Elliott,
Bryan Adams, Mary. J.Blige, The smashing Pumpkins, and George Michael to name a
Alex simply refers to himself as the "Token Black Guy in Utah". He loves to laugh, and says some of the highlights in his life have been giving a Book of Mormon to Prince Charles, recently joining the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and marrying his wonderful wife in the Salt Lake Temple
Ariel Bybee is a mezzo-soprano who was prominent at the
Metropolitan Opera for eighteen seasons, from 1977 through 1995. She sang
numerous leading roles, including Hansel in "Hansel und Gretel," Nichlausse in
"Les contes d'Hoffmann," and Suzuki in "Madama Butterfly."
Bybee was born January 9, 1943. She received her bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University and studied music in New York source wiki
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