Andrea Bocelli stands onstage, moves crowd to tears with his rendition of ‘The Lord’s Prayer’

If there’s a voice that I could never get tired of listening to, that has to be the voice of award-winning tenor Andrea Bocelli.
Andrea Bocelli has one of the best and most versatile voices in the industry. His vocals fill out any room and building, no matter how big. His performance at the Dolby Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard (the Kodak Theatre) shown in the video below proves it.
Bocelli sang a beautiful rendition of “The Lord’s Prayer” and left the entire audience in complete awe. His voice was complemented by the craftsmanship of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Orchestra of Temple Square, and the result can only be described as magical.
Andrea Bocelli was born in Italy and has recorded fifteen solo studio albums which brought him international fame and recognition. Bocelli is also known for his famous duets with brilliant artists like Celine Dion and Josh Groban.
Andrea had numerous problems with his sight since birth, but that didn’t stop him from following a passion he’s had since he was a young boy: a passion for music. Music was the only thing that brought young Andrea comfort, so his mom always encouraged him to pursue his passion and possibly turn it into a career, which he ended up doing successfully.
If you need a moment of calmness in your busy day, take a couple of minutes to listen to this beautiful performance. You’ll feel different by the end of it. And if you like the sensation you’ve experienced, you’ll do the right thing and share this with all of your friends and family online.

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