The Rising Generation: LDS Performers Making a Splash
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Making a Splash in Music
Most performers are lucky to achieve fame after years spent paying their dues and giving everything they have to their dream. But what about a singing five-year-old who’s already been seen by millions on YouTube and national network television?
This General Conference weekend you’ll meet a variety of young people who’ve already hit it big in KSL TV’s documentary The Rising Generation.
From little Claire Crosby singing with her dad, Dave. To Lexi Walker, who’s recording and performing all around the world. Madilyn Paige, who has made a splash on The Voice.
Then there are the family acts, like Jenny Oaks Baker & Family Four who haul their instruments around the world to play. And sibling actors Mia, Anson and Ari Bagley thrill audiences onstage and on their hit family YouTube channel Working With Lemons.
Making it in the world of the entertainment business is hard, but you’ll get a first-hand look at the perseverance that all of these driven young people have. Plus, you’ll find out how these local young LDS performers hold on to their values in a tough industry, stay driven yet well-rounded, and how they’ve managed to see their hopes and dreams realized long before they thought possible.
General Conference Documentaries
You can watch all of the General Conference documentaries like this on the KSL-TV app. The app is free with no cable subscription required. And it’s available for a variety of smart TV and smartphone platforms including Amazon Fire, Roku, iOS, Android and fourth-generation Apple TV boxes.