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Mormon Music is an interactive website created with music lovers and enthusiasts in mind, bringing listeners the best in music by upcoming, as well as, seasoned Mormon artists. While is the official website of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, with hymns and children's music, used officially by the Church, takes visitors on an exciting musical journey as they explore the many avenues of the Mormon music scene.

Visitors to the site will discover that "Mormon Music" is more than another rest stop along the information superhighway to listen to Church hymns. Here they’ll discover a melting pot of LDS music artists with varying backgrounds, music styles, and genre selections. Welcome one and all to Mormon Music!

Artists Featured on Mormon Music

You will find and experience the music of seasoned music veterans, as well as some newcomers to the music business.

More than 170 Mormon artists are already profiled on the site. Some of the featured artists include Nik Day, James The Mormon, David Osmond, David Archuleta, Lindsey Stirling, Alex Boyé, Anna Richey, Bryce Romney, Yahosh Bonner, Jennifer Thomas, Monica Scott, Belle Jewel, Eclipse 6, The Five Strings, Jason Lyle Black, Marj Desius, and Enliven to name but a few. Other Mormon artists have expressed their interest in being a part of Mormon Music and will be profiled on the website soon. Some of our most recent additions include rising artists Payton Kemp, a young actor and a singer from American Fork, Utah, and Reese Oliveira, a young soprano who sings with the ever popular One Voice Children's Choir.

Mormon Music Social Media Channels

Mormon Music has a corresponding Facebook page that we invite you, your family, and friends to visit, comment, share, and like. There is also a YouTube channel called Mormon Musicians. The musical talents of the artists featured on the Mormon Music website are also featured on our Facebook page and YouTube channels. You can also find Mormon Music on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and Spotify. And, Mormon Music has a weekly newspaper called Mormon Musicians Weekly Bugle. We invite you to take a look and subscribe.

Features of the Mormon Music Website

  • bios of Mormons in the music business with links to their official websites and social media accounts
  • our favorite video for each artist
  • all musical genres represented — from classical to country
  • up to date posts on LDS Music events and news, video finds of the week, and tour dates for your favorite LDS artists
  • free music downloads in several languages from which you can build a playlist of your favorites
  • the opportunity to contribute your own sound files and music videos — we are always looking for new talent to showcase

Submitting Material to Mormon Music

The key to remember is that all submissions must be clean and “family friendly” – that includes members of the family from the oldest to the youngest. We hope that LDS artists will find “Mormon Music” a fun venue for promoting their music and that they will want to submit some of their own material to help enhance the website.

We also hope that, even though all our featured artists are LDS, fans of all faiths will drop by to visit with their favorite LDS artists.

One thing that all the artists have in common is that their goal is to produce music that is uplifting and has a positive message.

A Few Music Videos by Artists Featured on Mormon Music

Information About the More Good Foundation

The Mormon website is owned and maintained by the More Good Foundation which is based in Orem, Utah.

The More Good Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit and is funded by individual donors interested in providing accurate information and quality multi-media content about members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints online.