Latter-day Saint Beatboxer to Perform for National TV Audience Shares Faith

by | Jun. 14, 2019

FunMormon Life

In this fun Church News article, Adam Bell describes how beatboxing helps him see God's hand in his life and overcome social barriers as a person with high-functioning autism. He also hopes it will help him spread the gospel when he serves a mission.

One young Latter-day Saint’s talent as a beatboxer will be on wide display Friday evening, June 14, on “The Big Stage” — a non-competitive talent show on the CW television network, 7 p.m., MDT.

Adam Bell’s journey from novice beatboxer to featured national television performer followed an unexpected path.

The 18-year-old San Clemente, California, resident and lifelong member comes from a family of classically trained musicians. Recitals and concerts defined much of his childhood. While performing with California’s All-American Boys Choir, he met a pair of BYU students/beatboxing experts named Adam Heimbigner and Matt Newman.

Article by Jason Swenson; photo courtesy of Barbara Bell, retrieved via Church News.
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