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Its been a whirlwind year for the five LDS dads from Utah known as "The Piano Guys".
They signed a record deal with Sony, their debut CD came out in October, October, and they performed on national television for Jay Leno, Katie Couric, and the Today Show.
And, on YouTube, where their self-made videos popped up a year ago, they now have more than one-million subscribers all over the world.
For The Piano Guys, international fame was never the goal.
Cellist Steven Sharp Nelson says their coming together wasn't by coincidence but rather "mislabeled miracles".
And, pianist Jon Schmidt says they don't know where they're journey will go next, but that they've put their success in the hands of the Lord.
Click the video to hear more on how The Piano Guys are touching people all over the world with their uplifting music and inspiring videos.