Eclipse 6 launched onto the national stage in 2002 after being featured in the opening and closing ceremonies of the Winter Olympics. This led to other opportunities, including a featured spot in the Closing Ceremonies and a series of appearances at the Medals Plaza opening for such acts as Brooks & Dunn, Nelly Furtado, and Train.
Shortly after the Olympics, Eclipse 6 was asked to be a featured guest along with Larry King and Toby Keith at the “Stadium of Fire,” the 4th of July celebration at BYU’s Cougar Stadium.
Eclipse 6 released their second album, “Think Twice,” in October 2002. They also became the 2002 winners of the Rocky Mountain Regional Harmony Sweepstakes.
In 2003, Eclipse 6 was named “Best Vocal Group” in Utah’s Best of State awards and “Group Recording Artist of the Year” in the Faith Centered Music Association’s Pearl Awards. They released their third album, a Christmas CD called “Three Kings” in October 2003.
In 2004, Eclipse 6 received three more Pearl Awards, including “ Holiday Album of the Year,” and were the runners-up for “Best Holiday Album” in the Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards. They also received two Just Plain Folks Music Awards (the world’s largest music awards program, honoring independent musicians in over 85 countries).
From 2005-2007 Eclipse 6 focused on their show, traveling throughout the U.S. and Asia. In 2005 the released the fourth album, “For Show,” a live album.
After eight years of sharing their music, Eclipse 6 felt very grateful for success and the opportunities they had to share their love of music around the world. So, it was with this gratefulness in mind that they released their fifth album, “Grateful Praise,” an album that could express the notion that worship through music transcends style and that, regardless of setting, there will always be a level of praise inherent in music that cannot be achieved by any other means.
In 2009-2010 Eclipse 6 took to the road again traveling again throughout the U.S. and Asia.
In 2011 Eclipse released their most recent album, and second Christmas album, “It’s Christmas Time.”