Group Of Men Gather In The Mountains To Sing ‘You Raise Me Up’ Will Give You Chills

BYU’s Vocal Point brings new depth to Josh Groban’s “You Raise Me Up” with their acapella rendition. Founded in 1991 by BYU students Dave Boyce and Bob Ahlander, Vocal Point quickly gained popularity, selling out their debut concert. They’ve achieved numerous accolades, including a fifth-place finish on NBC’s The Sing-Off and a record deal with Decca Gold. Member Jason Bromley said, “We’re ordinary college students doing extraordinary things.”

Their “You Raise Me Up” video, set against stunning mountains and valleys, starts with a single voice, soon joined by another in harmony, creating a rich, layered sound. The group’s pure voices and vocal percussion create an immersive experience. Their seamless harmonies and original take on the song, with a new hook towards the end, make it unique. The finale, enhanced by a choir of additional students, is profoundly powerful. This exceptional version of “You Raise Me Up” by BYU Vocal Point is bound to become a favorite. Enjoy this unique and uplifting performance.

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