It is with great excitement that we announce the Emcee and Entertainment for this yea’rs Kick-Off Reception to the 2016 Foot Zone Conference!
You may have seen him on ‘American’s Got Talent’, or perhaps you saw him on ‘Britain’s Got Talent’, or maybe you saw him perform with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, or on any number of YouTube videos with any number of celebrities! But chances are you’ve seen him! Well, hold onto your hats, because now you get to hear him perform in person! Well, if you join us at the 2016 Foot Zone Conference that is…
Alex Boye’ has been entertaining audiences worldwide for over 20 years. Born in London, England and raised by his mother of Nigerian descent, Alex has had top 10 hits in over 15 countries, selling over half a million CDs.
Alex served a mission in England, Bristol, and upon suggestion of his mission President, decided to pursue music as a career. Alex’s strongest desire has been to follow Elder Ballard’s admonition as an artist to spread the power of good music and clean wholesome dynamic entertainment into the world.
With over two hundred million views on YouTube and growing, Alex Boye’ has become a bonafide YouTube sensation. His music videos have been featured on Jimmy Fallon, Queen Latifa, Good Morning America, Jay Leno, and David Letterman.
One of his videos, an Africanized version of “Let it Go” was dubbed by Ryan Seacrest and Huffington post as one of the 50 most watched music videos in the world.
His current hit song entitled “Lemonade” was picked up by Radio Disney for their playlist.
Alex simply refers to himself as the “Token Black Guy in Utah”. He loves to laugh, and says some of the highlights in his life have been giving a Book of Mormon to Prince Charles, singing with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir for 8 years, and marrying his wonderful wife, Julie, in the Salt Lake Temple.
As a recently retired member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Alex performed as one of the principle soloists for over 8 years. In a past Pioneer Day Commemoration concert at the LDS Conference Center, Alex received a standing ovation from President Thomas S. Monson.