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Evie Clair will be on Tuesday's episode of "America's Got Talent."

Whether it’s the Mormon Tabernacle Choir or “America’s Got Talent” stars, LDS artists are always taking their music to new heights. This week, Mormon musicians sang everything from rock classics like Survivor’s “Eye of the Tiger” to old favorites like Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “The Sound of Music.” James the Mormon also released a new original, “I Won’t Let Go."

The family of Jenny Oaks Baker traveled to Salzburg, Austria, to film a “Sound of Music” video. The Facebook post read that the family has previously been likened to the Von Trapp family. “Today really felt like we were walking in their musical footsteps,” Jenny Oaks Baker wrote.

Today we was our first day of filming our "Sound of Music" Music Video in Salzburg, Austria. It was such a joy to do...

Posted by Jenny Oaks Baker on Tuesday, June 13, 2017

On his concert tour, David Archuleta made a pit stop to tour Seattle and Pike Place Market.

The Twitter account for the late Stephen R. Covey had an inspirational quote.

Jared Mecham, an LDS daily vlogger, posted a cute photo of his two sons.

Al Fox Carraway, motivational speaker and author of “The Tattooed Mormon,” shared a video of her husband being a stay-at-home dad. She wanted to encourage people to increase the amount of appreciation they show their husbands and fathers. “I don’t think we talk about it enough,” she said in the video.

Carraway also wrote on Instagram about the first LDS church she went to before she was baptized. “I am what happens when you don't judge someone. I am what happens when you live how Christ has taught us to. I am the result of unconditional love,” Carraway wrote in the post.

MY FIRST CHURCH! This little cutie used to be a small post office, but was my very 1st LDS Singles Branch I went to when I was investigating & got baptized. This little building was the start of e v e r y t h i n g . I have never felt more welcomed anywhere in my entire life then in this building. Where “all are welcome” really is practiced and you see it every.single.Sunday. They sat next to me when I reeked of smoke. No one gave me any looks when I didn’t know you were suppose to wear a dress and they all hugged me anyways. When I didn’t own a dress and defaulted to a black, strapless sundress you wear over a bathing suit ‘cuz it was all I had, they invited me to activities. They included me. They taught me. Mostly they unconditionally loved me regardless of my intentions, my appearance— anything. Even though I wasn’t initially looking for a church to join, I wanted to be a part of this ‘cuz of how I was treated. It is in every sense of perfection, what the gospel should emulate. I am a devoted member, with all the covenants made & an eternal family started b/c in this building— no one judged me. No one forced me. In this building, we really were family. I was “alone” in the gospel, but I had them & it.was.everything. So, no— this isn’t just an old post office with fold out chairs we set up every Sunday for sacrament. It is my beginning. I have everything I have now, I am where I am now b/c of this building. It is where me (& MANY others) started their forever with effects well into the eternities w/ ripples far too great to comprehend. This building & the people in it is the gospel in action. I’m grateful for everyone that saw me as Christ does. I'm grateful for the ones that didn't let "politics" of the church get in the way of compassion. I am what happens when you don't judge someone. I am what happens when you live how Christ has taught us to. I am the result of unconditional love. A saved eternal soul, like mine, is a result of putting aside your pride, assumptions, and fears. Forever and eternally grateful for the gospel in action and for people who actually live what is preached. I am here because of it.

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James the Mormon released a new single Friday morning, "I Won't Let Go." The song features Jywrrn and Norbzz and is available on all major music platforms.

Some creative BYU students won best of show in the student bracket of the national American Advertising Awards, otherwise known as the Addys. Click on the link in the tweet below to watch the ad spot the students created for Vespa.

Evie Clair, a 12-year-old LDS singer from Arizona, will be on Tuesday’s episode of “America’s Got Talent.” She recently tweeted an article that was written about her for the upcoming show. The article referenced a cover video she made for her father, who has stage 4 colon cancer. The cover of “Eye of the Tiger” was done in collaboration with Spencer Jones, an LDS singer and songwriter who was on “America’s Got Talent” last year.

David Archuleta posted about a GNTLMNOFFICIAL cover of his latest single, "Up All Night":

GNTLMNOFFICAL shared the acapella version of Archuleta’s single on Instagram.

thnx @davidarchie / the feelz #upallnight 🙏🏻

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Ashley Romney has launched a scripture study group to help girls, young women and young adults learn and strengthen their testimonies of the Book of Mormon in 90 days. The group meets weekly on Fridays and they discuss questions provided in a study guide.

The Mormon Channel tweeted about the importance of using technology in positive ways and posted a YouTube video that includes some of Elder M. Russell Ballard’s thoughts on the subject.

President Henry B. Eyring’s Facebook account shared a photo of President Eyring’s family in the Joseph Smith Building on Temple Square. The post said that families enable children to learn right from wrong and help them to feel God’s love so they can live in God’s presence once again.

Each of us was given a portion of God’s light, called the “Light of Christ,” to help us distinguish between good and...

Posted by Henry B Eyring on Wednesday, June 7, 2017

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf’s Facebook account reflected that serving others is like an investment, where one always receives more than what was initially put in. The rewards reach well into the eternities, the post said.

Often Harriet and I will come back from an assignment and say to each other, “Wow, that really strengthened us.”...

Posted by Dieter F Uchtdorf on Monday, June 12, 2017

During a recent assignment in Mexico, Elder Russell M. Nelson’s Facebook account referenced the apostle's recent meeting with government officials and religious leaders who expressed their thanks for LDS members’ efforts to preserve marriage and family.

True disciples of Jesus Christ are willing to stand out, speak up, and be different from the people of the world. They...

Posted by Russell M Nelson on Thursday, June 15, 2017

Mortality is a stage meant to prepare people for eternal rewards, said Elder Quentin L. Cook’s Twitter account last Friday.

Elder Ronald A. Rasband’s Twitter account tweeted a picture of the Savior and stated that promptings to help others often come as feelings and impressions—not necessarily as words.

Elder Dale G. Renlund’s Twitter account posted about persecution, stating that it can be disguised in many ways.

Following the tweet about persecution, Elder Renlund’s account urged others to fight against intolerance and to be open to others' thoughts and opinions.

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