Josh Groban’s version of the hit song “You Raise Me Up” has an inspiring feel to it that has permeated into pop culture. Anthem Light puts on a signature cover.
In these trying times, it is important to remember that encouragement is just on the other side. Now, Josh Groban’s version is still supreme, but Anthem Lights do an excellent job covering while putting their signature style to it. All of their voices come together in a dramatic fashion. They pay tribute to the original song while bringing it together in their own way. It is a good reminder that in trouble times, there is always someone looking out for us.
Fun fact, Groban was not the first singer to perform the song. Norwegian-Irish duo Secret Garden released the song in 2002 album Once in a Red Moon. It was composed by Rolf Løvland with lyrics by Brendan Graham. The song has been covered by dozens of singers and bands since.
Check out the song below:
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