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5 LDS musicians to talk, perform in 'Face to Face' event

Five musical artists will speak and perform for youths of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at a Face to Face broadcast on Oct. 11 at 6 p.m. MDT.

The artists are Lexi Walker, Nik Day, Nicole Luz, Patch Crowe and Madilyn Paige.

Walker’s video of Frozen’s “Let It Go” went viral, and she performed with the One Voice Children’s Choir on “America’s Got Talent. She’s performed with the Piano Guys, David Archuleta and Lindsey Stirling.

Day, the LDS Church’s youth music manager, has written songs for the LDS Church’s youth themes and EFY and released his “Miracle Album” last year.

Nicole Luz of Brazil wore her Young Woman's medallion while competing on “The Voice Kids Brazil” and was the runner-up in the teen category in an international talent competition for 500 youths from 80 countries.

Patch Crowe was a member of Beyond 5 and recently returned from serving a mission in Scotland and Ireland.

Madilyn Paige has competed on “The Voice” and “American Idol” and has also released an EP.

Questions can be submitted in advance or during the event on lds.org/broadcasts/face-to-face/musical-artists?lang=eng

It will be available on lds.org, the LDS Youth YouTube Channel and the LDS Church’s satellite program.

Previous Face to Face events have included ones with general authorities, such as one earlier this month with Elder Dale G. Renlund in Africa, Archuleta, Stirling and the cast of “Studio C.”