April Meservy Interview #LightTheWorld

Five-time Pearl Award-winning singer/songwriter, April Meservy, has been featured on over 100 albums and compilations released all over the world, as well as in film and commercial work.

April’s cover of “With or Without You” is currently being featured in the Short Performance routine of Canadian pair figure skaters, Eric Radford and Meagan Duhamel, in their bid this season for the 2018 Winter Olympics. Recently a Posi Award Finalist in the “Social Action and Justice” category in the 11th Annual Posi Music Awards, April performed her nominated original song at the awards ceremony held in Tampa, Florida. Her latest music video, “Truth Speak,” was also a 2016 Posi Award Finalist in the “Music Video” category and was featured at the festival.

I’ll Be Home For Christmas – April Meservy #LightTheWorld Video

Originally hailing from Reno, Nevada, April has brought her love for singing and songwriting to her performances in places as far away as China and as close as Salt Lake City, such as her invitation to sing in Salt Lake City’s Olympic Square during the 2002 Winter Olympics. She has performed alongside platinum-selling singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson, CAKE, Lindsey Stirling, David Archuleta, among other notable musicians across the country from Los Angeles to Boston.

April has incredible vocal diversity and performs different genres of music from jazz and blues to folk and pop. She is a multiple peal award winner, and now owns and operates her own record label Forêt d’Musique, (Jèrriais: “Forest of Music”) on which she released Somewhere Between Sunsets and on which she, and her small management team, continue to release new music. April is joining us as part of the Light the World Initiative.


For more information on April Meservy, click here to visit her website.

For more information on the #LightTheWorld Campaign click here.

Listen to April Meservy’s cover of With Or Without You as part of the Canadian Figure Skater performance as referenced in the podcast.

Cherie Call Interview – Episode 2.38

Cherie Call was born and raised in Mesa, Arizona and has been writing music since her early teens. March of 2014 marks the release of Cherie’s eighth full length album, “Homeless Songs.” Some highlights of Cherie’s performing life include playing “in the round” at Nashville’s famous Bluebird Cafe, being a finalist in the prestigious Kerrville Newfolk songwriting competition, opening for bluegrass legend Tim O’Brien at the University of Utah, and performing with the beloved hymn revival supergroup, “The Lower Lights”. Cherie’s songs have been included on several albums produced for the LDS Especially for Youth summer programs, and also on the soundtracks to many independent films, including God’s Army, Charly, and the Banff Award winning film, “True Fans”. Cherie currently lives in Utah with her husband and two daughters, a son, and another daughter due in May of 2014.

Visit Cherie’s Website and buy her album Homeless Songs, click here.

Episode 127 – Interview with Lindy Kerby

Lindy Kerby is the mother of 7 children. In addition to being a mother, she is a singer-songwriter-composer-programmer-speaker-learner-etc! Her latest project has been a visual basic program to calculate food storage with recipes. Her latest CD is Thy God, My God, and she blogs about her music on her site The Stories Behind the Songs.


To visit Lindy Kerby’s website, or to download her free LDS Music Sheet music visit her site.