Famous Mormons in Music


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Jason Deere
Award-winning songwriter and producer, Jason Deere has written for a plethora of renowned artists including LeAnn Rimes, Josh Gracin, Jessica Simpson, and Latin sensation Wanessa Camargo. His work with groups SHeDAISY and Ryan Shupe and the Rubberband helped them become the success stories they are today. Deere wrote five songs on SHeDAISY’s double platinum debut album as well as the country trio’s recent top 5 single “Don’t Worry ‘Bout a Thing.”

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Dishwalla was formed in 1992.  Scot Alexander, the bassist, is a member of the Church.  He writes a lot of the music including their hit "Counting Blue Cars" .

Scott told Famousmormons.net :  "I think it's very positive for them (The Youth) to see that you can be LDS and out in the entertainment/sports whatever industry and still uphold our standards and make a positive influence as a result."

They released thier4th studio album in March
of 05'  (titled simply Dishwalla).  Scot is  a Sunbeam teacher .  He is married with
4 kids.


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Eric Dodge
Eric started taking vocal lessons in November of 2002 and has had the opportunity to work with some excellent vocal coaches. He has been able to perform many crowd pleasing shows where the audience has been very involved.     Eric recorded his debut album at OmniSound Studios in Nashville, Tennessee, where he worked with the best producers, songwriters, and musicians possible. In March of 2006, his first radio single, "Anything for You" was released and hit #19 on the New Music Weekly-Independent Artists chart. Eric has been featured in America's largest country music magazine, "Country Weekly" and on the popular website, Music News Nashville.

Eric's Famous Mormons page

Due West
Tim Gates, Matt Lopez and Brad Hull  Together they are Due West, a country music trio. Their new single "Bible and The Belt" just jumped into the top 60 on the secondary charts.  They are also a part of the Nashville Tribute Band, which you may have heard on the Nashville Tribute albums ("Joseph: A Nashville Tribute to the Prophet" and "Trek: A Nashville Tribute to the Pioneers")

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