Children of Famous Latter-day Saint Blogger Bring Much Needed Peace Through Power of Music

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Greg Trimble is a man you want on your side. He’s a savvy businessman, a devoted father, and a powerful force for good who defends the gospel of Jesus Christ in face of constant opposition.

Until recently, we didn’t know much about one of the best parts about Greg – his talented children!

Trimble’s daughter Taylor (13) and son Trenton (12) performed a piano and violin duet of Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing and published it on their YouTube channel Under the Stars with the following description:

During the height of the Coronavirus pandemic, we were instructed to have church at home. We knew that there were lots of people at home and that they might have wanted to hear some good music with their own home-centered church service. So we made this video as a special musical number. It’s our first video on Youtube so we hope you like it!

Taylor and Trenton plan on publishing more content on their channel, so make sure to subscribe to them on YouTube and hit the bell notification so you’ll be aware of their posted videos.

Their YouTube channel, Under the Stars, is the name of the first song they wrote together on guitar. I asked their dad if it had any special meaning and he sent me the following note:

Its meaning is to denote always looking toward heaven, being humble, being vulnerable and open with their music. Not trying to “be a star” for the sake of stardom or popularity but being “under the stars” looking up, happy to help people one at a time under the radar through their music that is always calculated to uplift others.

It’s wonderful to see people of all ages coming together in difficult times, each offering part of themselves to provide comfort, help, and inspire hope for a better future.

Thanks, Greg, for all the good that you do. And thanks to your incredible children, Taylor and Trenton, who will surely continue to bless the world with their beautiful talents!

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