MormonMusic.org: The Inside Scoop on the Booming LDS Music Scene

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MormonMusic.org is a new interactive website created with music lovers in mind.

Mormon Music is more than just another rest stop along the information super highway to sit and listen to Church hymns. Here you’ll discover a melting pot of LDS music artists with varying backgrounds, music styles, and genre selections. Over 120 Mormon artists are already profiled on the site.

You’ll find and experience the music of seasoned music veterans, as well as some newcomers to the music business. One thing that all the artists have in common is that their ultimate goal is to produce music that is uplifting and has a positive message.

Features of MormonMusic.org include

  • 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 of LDS Music events and news, video finds of the week, and tour dates for your favorite LDS artists
  • free music downloads in many 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

We hope that LDS artists will find “Mormon Music” a fun venue for promoting their music, and that they’ll want to submit their own material to help enhance the website.

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

Welcome to “Mormon Music!

Keith L. Brown is a convert to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, having been born and raised Baptist. He was studying to be a Baptist minister at the time of his conversion to the LDS faith. He was baptized on 10 March 1998 in Reykjavik, Iceland while serving on active duty in the United States Navy in Keflavic, Iceland. He is a 30-year honors retired United States Navy Veteran.