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Friday, January 16, 2015

RootsTech 2015 - David Archuleta Performs

Don't miss out on a beautiful experience!  Learn about your ancestry and the final night of the three day event you will hear four songs performed by David Archuleta one is a new song written by him  sung in Spanish and Portuguese. (See Below)  

Hope to see many of you in attendance!


RootsTech 2015 Registration

Don’t Miss the Largest Family History Event in the World!

RootsTech Conference registration is still open. Visit the RootsTech website for RootsTech conference details.

Due to overwhelming interest, the Family Discovery Day portion of the RootsTech conference has filled up and we are no longer accepting registrations for this specific event on Saturday for LDS Church members. RootsTech passes are still available starting at just $19 — February 12-14, 2015.


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RootsTech 2015
 
David Archuleta is teaming up with popular comedy sketch group Studio C from BYUtv to perform at RootsTech 2015. RootsTech is the largest family history conference in the world and will be happening on February 12–14, 2015.
Both talents will be launching original pieces at the RootsTech Closing Event at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah on February 14. David will perform 4 songs, including a new song written by himself that is sung in Spanish and Portuguese. The accompanying music video was filmed in Costa Rica in 2014 and will also have its debut appearance. What’s more, the event will feature a never-before-seen sketch by Studio C. For more information, go to RootsTech.org.
According to David, his family’s heritage and history helped craft his musical style, and being part of RootsTech gives him a chance to celebrate his family and the influence they have had on his music. “Music was always a part of my life growing up. My mother was also big on dancing and would teach my older sister and me to dance to traditional music,” he recalls.  “I can’t think about celebrating my family without thinking about celebrating music.”
The comedy sketch group Studio C from BYUtv is a household name for people of all ages across the nation. Since its launch in October 2012, its loyal fan base has helped grow the show’s online presence to more than 70 million YouTube views to date.
David Archuleta and Studio C will perform for thousands of attendees at the RootsTech Closing Event on the final day of RootsTech 2015, February 14. To reserve your ticket to see them, visit rootstech.org.
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