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10 Handsome Men Begin Singing A Beloved Classic, Within Moments Cover Everyone In Goosebumps

We’ve heard acapella groups sing in the past, but nothing compares to the sheer beauty of this performance. The Brigham Young University (BYU) Vocal Point acapella group came together with the school’s men’s choir for a rendition of „Nearer, My God, to Thee“ that spread across the Internet like crazy. The men’s voices mesh in a way that we’ve never heard before…

Most people don’t know that Vocal Point was created back in 1991 by Dave Boyce and Bob Ahlander. During a trip to colleges on the east coast, Dave and Bob were introduced to the modern acappella sound and recognized that BYU didn’t have anything like the groups they saw. It was in that moment they knew the university could benefit from the beautiful harmony of their voices and the message of God’s love – so they got to work creating a unique sound that would garner positive attention from their fellow students. Within a decade of starting Vocal Point, the members released two successful albums and refined their vocal style and musical direction.

It’s been more than 26 years since its creation and Vocal Point is as popular as ever. Not only do they have talent, but they have a message that inspires people all over the world. That’s why this performance has been viewed more than 12 million times since its release. The massive group of singers give it their all during this stunning rendition of „Nearer, My God, to Thee.“ Listen for yourself by pressing „play“ on the video below. We can only hope that these two groups will come together more in the future!