Famous LDS drummer Elaine Bradley didn't always want a relationship with God. But after a change of heart, she found that she was happiest when she was following the teachings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. After returning from her mission, she married in the temple and is now a mother of a baby boy. And her band, Neon Trees, has topped American Billboard charts for a months--with no end to their success in sight.
Lead singer of the extremely popular rock band The Killers, Brandon Flowers never wanted to make music that went against his LDS upbringing. Even with his raging success among the music world, he has stayed true to the gospel and is now a husband and a father, as well as a rock and roll icon.
After overcoming anorexia, Mormon violinist Lindsey Stirling found real joy in making music and dancing while she played her violin. She's now a Youtube sensation and has even performed with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
Famous British singer and convert Alex Boyé has overcome a life of homelessness and poverty to become one of the most beloved singers in the LDS world. His music carries an African edge that hails back to his roots.
Jane Clayson Johnson
Jane Clayson Johnson gave up a wonderful career as a TV network journalist to be a stay-at-home mom. She once anchored Good Morning America and interviewed a US president.