David Archuleta Sings 'Angels From The Realm Of Glory' For Guinness World Record

David Archuleta Sings 'Angels From The Realm Of Glory' For Guinness World Record

David Archuleta sings of the angels with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Peter Hollens in this new video from Provo, Utah.

The 23-year-old singer partnered up with the choir, Peter plus The Piano Guys to record the song alongside a record-breaking live Nativity event earlier this month.

In the Provo desert, there were over 1,000 people dressed up as wise men, angels, along with a camel, a donkey and a sheep all trying to set a new Guinness record for the largest live nativity scene, and according to judge Michael Empric, there were 1,039 participants in the production, beating the record of 898 people last year at a nativity scene in the United Kingdom.

“I will share the gift by giving a compliment a day (even to strangers). Decided to push myself a little further than what I would normally think of. The other day sitting at the Car shop I complimented the guy next to me for his cool socks and had a nice chat with him about his family and work. It’s not hard to share the gift! What will you do? #SharetheGift #Christmas #complimentaday #eventostrangers #thumbsup,” David recently tweeted about the Share The Gift campaign.


Angels We Have Heard on High – Guinness World Record – ThePianoGuys Christmas #ShareTheGift
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  • kj

    Still got that beautiful voice, David. Can’t wait for new music. Amazing job on the video.