This September has seen countless Latter-day Saint artists topping Billboard charts. And now the success has reached a new peak.
This week, 15 Latter-day Saints ended up in the top 15 of the Classical Albums chart, and Latter-day Saints took the no. 1 spot on four Billboard charts!
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Lindsey Stirling's newly released album, Artemis, made the no. 1 spot on three charts: Classical Albums, Classical Crossover Albums, and Classical Digital Song Sales where three of her songs appeared in the top 20.
The Piano Guys (which consists of Latter-day Saints Jon Schmidt, Steven Sharp Nelson, Paul Anderson, and Al van der Beek) still top the New Age Albums chart after 44 weeks with their album Limitless and sit at no. 2 on the Classical Albums and Classical Crossover Albums charts, where it peaked at no. 1 on both charts. They also have two songs in the top 15 of the Classical Digital Song Sales.
Jenny Oaks Baker & Family Four (which includes Baker family members Jenny, Laura, Hannah, Sarah, and Matthew) created their first full family album that released September 3, and the album has hit no. 4 on both the Classical Albums and Classical Crossover Albums charts.
Paul Cardall's album Peaceful Piano appears at the no. 2 spot on the New Age Albums chart, the no. 11 spot on the Classical Crossover Albums chart, and the no. 12 spot on the Classical Albums chart, after it peaked at no. 6 and no. 7 on each chart, respectively.
President Bishop Gérald Caussé and Italian composer Nicolas Giusti currently sit at the no. 12 spot on the Classical Crossover Albums chart and no. 13 on the Classical Albums Chart for their album Joyful after having peaked at the no. 1 spot on both charts.
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Alicia Blickfeldt has claimed the no. 14 and no. 13 spots on the Classical Albums and Classical Crossover Albums charts for her recent album Of Light: Escape to Another World.
And Nathan Pacheco, who peaked at the no. 3 spot on both the Classical Albums and Classical Crossover Albums charts with his latest album, My Prayer, currently sits at no. 15 and no. 14, respectively.
And the Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square are holding steady on the Traditional Classical Albums chart, having peaked at the no. 1 spot but remained on the charts for 27 weeks. The choir is currently at the no. 7 spot for their album Let Us All Press On.
What an impressive showing of Latter-day Saints on the Billboard charts!