Bear Grylls Raves About LDS Sibling Singing Duo

by | Nov. 09, 2016

FunMormon Life

After singing with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir for five years, Tyler Hill didn't expect his and his sister's music to grab the attention of big name celebrities, let alone a man who is famous for drinking his own urine, wrangling alligators, and gutting and climbing inside a dead camel to stay alive.

But the LDS sibling duo's song, "I'm Your Huckleberry," must have caught Bear Grylls' attention on account of his son, Huckleberry Edward Jocelyne Grylls.

Television survival superstar Bear Grylls took to Twitter Thursday to post the video of a singing duo performing an original song titled, “I’m Your Huckleberry.”

“Ah so wonderful! And so talented. Who are they!? …" wrote Grylls.

This talented duo is none other than siblings Tyler Hill and Andrea Porter of Eagle Mountain.

Hill was first notified of the tweet when he logged onto his YouTube account to check the traffic on his channel. He noticed a significant jump in traffic that he tracked back to Grylls’ tweet.

Immediately after reading the post, Hill took to Facebook.

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