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We are a family of musicians that write, arrange, and perform our own music. Through our content, blog, and videos, we hope to provide you with tools to utilize music to help you create the life you want. Follow along as we share our adventures here and on our social media platforms!

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Melou Stewart Cline is a classically trained pianist, vocalist and violinist. Melou received her Bachelor’s degree from University of Utah and her Masters Degree from the University of the Pacific, in Stockton, California. She has soloed and performed in the United States and throughout the world in South America, Europe, and Asia. Melou has produced four solo albums "Creio em Christo," "The Gift of Time," "The Sleep of the Child Jesus" and "A Celebration of Life." Melou has also sung and recorded albums with various musical groups including the Utah Chamber Artists, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and with Jon Schmidt and the Piano Guys. Melou is a member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and has the opportunity to perform with them singing first soprano on their weekly broadcast "Music and the Spoken Word." As a nationally Board Certified Music Therapist, Melou is a strong advocate of using the power of music to help promote change in an individual. 

Maren Paris Cline is a harpist, vocalist, and pianist. She is a graduate of Brigham Young University where she studied broadcast journalism and music, and is currently attending BYU Law. Maren just completed a clerkship at the Senate Judiciary Committee in Washington DC. To follow Maren’s music, find her on Facebook or  Instagram at @marenparismusic. She served as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Nagoya, Japan.

Jacob is a college student studying business at BYU. He enjoys playing the piano and cello.

Arielle is freshman in the flute performance program at Brigham Young University. She has been serving as a missionary in the Minneapolis Minnesota mission. Besides flute, Arielle plays the ukulele, drums, piano, and sings. Arielle has been involved in the arts her entire life.

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