Lindsey Stirling Is Creating her Own Comic Book?

Lindsey Stirling Is Creating her Own Comic Book?

Recently, the Nerdist reported that Lindsey Stirling has been exploring an entirely new creative frontier—writing. Still, Lindsey is no stranger to storytelling, as evidenced by her YouTube videos. She will be working with experienced cartoonist Darick Robertson who...
LDS Singer Brandon Flowers Achieves Gold-Record Status

LDS Singer Brandon Flowers Achieves Gold-Record Status

Brandon Flowers, the lead singer of The Killers, received a gold record for his pop-rock solo album The Desired Effect, which was first released in 2015 in Ireland, followed by the UK and the US. Within a week, The Desired Effect reached number one on the UK Albums...
LDS Athlete Michelle Pratt Survives 300-ft Fall

LDS Athlete Michelle Pratt Survives 300-ft Fall

Michelle Pratt had been ATV-ing with her family in southern Utah when she unexpectedly flew off a 300-foot cliff. Her 20-year-old cousin, Danielle Lewis, had been riding in the seat behind her. Both had been wearing helmets and miraculously survived, though not...
Watch these Mormon Missionaries Rap about the Gospel

Watch these Mormon Missionaries Rap about the Gospel

Two missionaries have created a rap about the gospel while they were waiting for a missionary at the hospital. The missionary on the left sent it to his mom, who posted it on Facebook. It has since gone viral. Missionaries are challenged to use the individual gifts...
LDS Fashion Designer Shifts from Runway Fashion to Modest Swimwear

LDS Fashion Designer Shifts from Runway Fashion to Modest Swimwear

The Deseret News reports that Whitney Cheney, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, had been going to a prestigious fashion school in New York City known as Parsons School of Design where she had been working on clothing designs that would be...
LDS Tween Plays Song from Moana Backwards and Upside Down

LDS Tween Plays Song from Moana Backwards and Upside Down

Caleb Spjute, a young piano prodigy and member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, decided to perform his own arrangement of “How Far I’ll Go” from Disney’s Moana for his 4th of July Concert. But instead of performing it sitting...
Brooklyn and Bailey: LDS YouTube Millionaires

Brooklyn and Bailey: LDS YouTube Millionaires

Brooklyn and Bailey McKnight are identical twins (obviously) who run their own YouTube channel, Brooklyn & Bailey, where they post videos about fashion, crafts, beauty, family vlogs, and music videos. They post a new video every Wednesday afternoon. They have...
Tim Ballard: Founder of OUR Rescue

Tim Ballard: Founder of OUR Rescue

Tim Ballard, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is a former CIA agent and the founder of the nonprofit organization Operation Underground Railroad (OUR) Rescue. He started the organization after some traumatic experiences he faced while...
The National Parks: Indie Band Founded by Mormons

The National Parks: Indie Band Founded by Mormons

The National Parks is an indie pop-folk band that started in Provo in 2013. According to the Deseret News, the founders of the band were three LDS students from Brigham Young University: Brady Parks, Sydney Carling (now Sydney Macfarlane), and Paige Wagner. Their...
Polynesian Singer Junior Maile Creates Profound Music Video

Polynesian Singer Junior Maile Creates Profound Music Video

This article on “When I’m Gone” by Junior Maile was also featured on MormonMusic.org. Polynesian singer Junior Maile released a music video for his original song “When I’m Gone” on Monday. Maile is a talented vocalist with roots in Tonga and Samoa...
The Founder of the Art of Manliness Is LDS

The Founder of the Art of Manliness Is LDS

The Art of Manliness is a popular blog created in 2008 by LDS writer Brett Mckay. Brett started the blog as a hobby, but when it began to go viral, he asked his wife Kate to help and eventually hired other writers and contributors—fittingly, all men—to join the team....
Multiple LDS Artists Cover “Sign of the Times” by Harry Styles

Multiple LDS Artists Cover “Sign of the Times” by Harry Styles

by Summer Austin (This article was also featured on MormonMusic.org) LDS artists Alex Boyé and Paul Cardall have both created stunning covers of the song “Sign of the Times” by Harry Styles, a former member of the boy band One Direction. Singer Alex Boyé collaborated...
Jimmer Fredette Scored 92 of 100 Three-Pointer Shots for Charity

Jimmer Fredette Scored 92 of 100 Three-Pointer Shots for Charity

Remember Jimmer Fredette? In case you’ve forgotten, he was drafted 10th overall by the NBA in 2011 after his success on the BYU basketball team, and he was famous for his three-pointer shots. While he currently is not playing for the NBA, he is finding ways to...
New York Times Best Seller “Essentialism” Written by a Mormon

New York Times Best Seller “Essentialism” Written by a Mormon

The Author of Essentialism Originally from England, Greg McKeown is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who wrote the New York Times Bestseller Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less. His book is the top listed time management book on...
Caleb Spjute: Young Mormon Piano Prodigy

Caleb Spjute: Young Mormon Piano Prodigy

Caleb Spjute is a young piano prodigy and a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. At four years of age, he began teaching himself how to play the piano after seeing his older sibling, Micah, taking piano lessons. Caleb’s mother gave him a...
Tanner Howe: A Passionate Musician

Tanner Howe: A Passionate Musician

Tanner Howe is a 24-year-old musician from Southern California and a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He plays the guitar, sings, and plays the piano. He writes original music and also enjoys creating covers. He studied at the Musicians...
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