UVU VoiceLine energetically captured a relatable moment for couples looking to get engaged while adding a dab of holiday flare in a new holiday music video.
The nine-man a cappella group sings Stevie Wonder’s Christmas classic, “What Christmas Means to Me.” The music video took 19 hours to film.
“The thing that motivates us the most coming from all sorts of backgrounds and majors is that we want to change people’s lives with music,” Steve Koplin, UVU VoiceLine co-founder and creative director, told Greensights. “We want to uplift, inspire, bring joy to everybody that hears us sing.”
When UVU VoiceLine was organized in 2012, the group received some guidance from fellow college a cappella group veterans BYU Vocal Point and BYU Noteworthy. In fact, McKay Crockett, who manages BYU Vocal Point, arranged this a cappella version of “What Christmas Means to Me” along with Koplin.