Alex Boyé and One Voice Children’s Choir to Join RootsTech 2015
- Alex Boyé and the One Voice Children's Choir perform Thursday, February 12, at 6:00 p.m. at the Salt Palace Convention Center.
- The “Let It Go” cover by Boyé and the choir has reached over 50 million views.
Popular musician and YouTube sensation Alex Boyé is teaming up with the stars of his popular “Let It Go” YouTube cover, One Voice Children’s Choir, to perform on the opening day of RootsTech, the world’s largest family history conference. The two musical talents have collaborated before and will unite for a special performance at the RootsTech opening night social event February 12, 2015. For more information, go to RootsTech.org.
Boyé has developed an impressive following through live concerts, numerous albums, and YouTube videos. His combined YouTube views are more than 100 million. His cover of “Let It Go” from Disney’s Frozen has been watched more than 50 million times. On that song, he is joined by the One Voice Children’s Choir, and it is frequently listed as one of the best versions of the song.
He is a prolific composer and known for taking popular songs and “Africanizing” them with African rhythms, voices, and instruments. His songs “Paradise,” “Happy,” and “Royals” are popular examples.
Boyé often collaborates with other artists. In addition to singing with the One Voice Children’s Choir, he has performed with George Michael, Olivia Newton John, MC Hammer, The Piano Guys, and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
The One Voice Children’s Choir received national exposure over the summer as quarterfinalists on the NBC show America’s Got Talent. They perform dozens of times each year throughout the nation. The choir has also received numerous awards, including the prestigious John Lennon International Music Award, presented by Yoko Ono and George Martin, producer of The Beatles.
Alex Boyé and the One Voice Children’s Choir will take the stage on Thursday, February 12, at 6:00 p.m. at the Salt Palace Convention Center to kick off RootsTech 2015. For more information or to register, visit RootsTech.org.