Trio Of Men Perform 'Hallelujah' Cover In Church

Trio Of Men Perform 'Hallelujah' Cover In Church

Check out this amazing cover of the song ‘Hallelujah’ done in an empty church by a trio called Simply Three.

Simply Three consists of Glen McDaniel, Zack Clark, and Nicholas Villalobos. Glen plays the violin, Zack plays the cello, and Nicholas plays the bass.

In this video, the three of them are joined by Robert Moody who is doing the vocals for the song. They all performed and recorded this song together at Myers Park United Methodist Church in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The song starts off with the sound of a beautiful violin, then the bass and cello are added to the mix before the wonderful vocals begin. All of them are so talented and sound incredible performing in that big, empty church!

The cello, violin, and bass all get a solo part towards the middle of the song. And all of the instruments sound so soothing when they are played.

“Since seeing this for the first time yesterday, I can't stop listening,” comments someone on YouTube after watching the video. “This is by far my favorite rendition of this song EVER (and I've always loved it).”

“I've always loved this song, but this is gorgeous! His voice is amazing!” writes another person on YouTube. “And if course, Simply Three, do we really need to say anything? You guys did awesome! Thank you for this beautiful song!”

Simply Three has been together and captivating audiences since 2010. According to their YouTube page, Simply Three tries to create a renewed excitement for instrumental music through inventive music videos. “By reshaping convention through this style of genre hopping, the trio continues to seek the true essence of classical crossover with original works as well as innovative arrangements that showcase their technical virtuosity and heartfelt musicality.”

We hope you enjoyed this video and it brought a smile to your face today!

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