Performance group prepares to invite hope through upcoming tour


Performing group Heart and Voice prepared for performances of a new show choir tour, “Hope Out Loud,” after a big success with a musical devotional tour earlier this year.

One of the founders of Heart and Voice, Kylee Murdock, started the program after she returned from serving as a performing missionary in Nauvoo, Illinois.

“Our whole purpose is to allow youth to come home and feel more hopeful about their future and about their life,” Murdock said. “This is kind of like a jukebox musical, so it’s all familiar songs that people will know. We’ve taken the ones that share good messages, and we’re putting them in this musical to testify of Jesus Christ.”

Kylee’s husband and performer in Heart and Voice, Jefferson Murdock, shared why he got involved.

“Once I heard about everything that they’d be doing, I was like, I can’t miss out on this. I have to be a part of it,” he said. “Come see it, come watch it. I can say it all I want, but I can’t even do it justice. You have to be there. You have to witness it. You have to feel it and then take it home with you.”

The first performance of the Hope Out Loud tour will be this Saturday. More info on this and future performances can be found on their website.

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