The Nashville Tribute Band
The Nashville Tribute Band is a revolving group of talented artists and musicians pulled together by award-winning songwriter and Nashville record producer Jason Deere. The band tours the world performing the stories and songs from the albums Joseph: A Nashville Tribute To The Prophet, Trek: A Nashville Tribute To The Pioneers, The Work: A Nashville Tribute To The Missionaries, and My Call to Serve. Deere, who is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, wrote most of the songs.
The first album was released in 2005, and it became one of the bestselling LDS albums of all time, which launched the concert tours. The second album followed in 2007, and the third in 2011. The fourth was released in March 2014 and the fifth in November 2014. Their 2014 album, Redeemer: A Nashville Tribute to Jesus Christ, features other Latter-day Saint musicians such as David Archuleta, Alex Boyé, Nathan Pacheco, and SHeDAISY.
The list of artists includes Dan Truman (of the country group Diamond Rio, who has been with the band since its creation), Brad Hull, Matt Lopez, and Tim Gates (of the country group Due West), Ron Saltmarsh, entertainer David Osmond, actor and recording artist Katherine Nelson, country artist Billy Dean, pop artist Mindy Gledhill, Dyer Highway, and Ben and Chad Truman (of the group Truman Brothers).
The band has performed over 500 shows for audiences in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and China since 2004. They have performed at the Conference Center in Salt Lake City as well as given several performances in the Tabernacle on Temple Square.
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