Eclipse 6 is an all vocal group creating explosive sound, driving rhythms, and lush harmonies using only one instrument: The human mouth.
The group met at Utah State University in 2000 and has been singing together ever since. They’ve produced eight albums and performed for groups big and small around the world. Eclipse 6 first received international attention performing at both the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2002 Winter Olympics. This exposure led to numerous tours through Asia and the US. Other impressive credits include appearing at the Provo Stadium of Fire with Toby Keith and Larry King, and opening for Brooks and Dunn, Nellie Furtado, Train, The Piano Guys, and sharing the stage with many more.
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The group enjoys a good balance of secular pop tunes, Christmas songs, and gospel music; all chosen with a desire to inspire others to greatness. Most songs have corresponding music videos found on the group’s YouTube page
The recent Christmas hits, Hamildolph and The Greatest Snowman, went viral by Christmas, Hamilton, and Greatest Showman lovers alike. Over the years the group has received many awards including first place in Regional Harmony Sweepstakes, “Best Vocal Group” in Utah’s Best of State awards, “Group Recording Artist of the Year” and “Holiday Album of the Year” by the Faith Centered Music Association Pearl Awards, “Best Holiday Album” in the Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards, and more. The greatest award though goes to the fans, who allow the group to do what they love. That is to produce music and entertain in live shows with a goal to inspire, motivate, and uplift.