The Texas Tenors
Having won the #1 Vocal Group of the Year Award and finishing fourth in total on America's Got Talent, The Texas Tenors offer an exceptional sound known that defies the boundaries of current genres.
The trio is comprised of three good friends: Marcus Collins, JC Fisher, and John Hagen. All three have extensive musical backgrounds with all of them having begun their careers at a very young age. These Texan cowboys and tenors will surely entertain you with both their music and their good-natured Texas charm.
The kid-friendly show presents the Tenors’ full production in an astonishing and beautiful conglomeration of musical trends. Perhaps the Tenors’ first album title, Country Roots - Classic Sound describes their music best, as they’ve been known to pound out Sinatra, The Rolling Stones and Miley Cyrus in a single performance, mingling effortlessly with elegant, classical melodies and note configurations. The show is often backed by a six-piece orchestra, adding to the classical end of the montage. As JC Fisher puts it, 'A lot of people think, 'Oh, we're going to see a country show.' But when they get there, they end up seeing this is a production. It's like hearing Pavarotti one second, George Michael the next and then John Denver!'
The Texas Tenors are known for far more than their covers, however. The release of their first album hit #1 on both classical and country charts in 2010, and their 2012 album You Should Dream includes two original songs, with a feature song with the album’s name.
With achievements in musical genres across the board, The Texas Tenors bring a unique sound and likable presence to the stage. Be sure to buy your tickets early to check out these rising stars.
- Approximately how long is the The Texas Tenors?
The show is approximately 2 hours.
- In what theater is the show held?
The show is held at the Andy Williams Performing Arts Center.
- Do the performers of the The Texas Tenors sign autographs and meet the audience after the show?
Yes, they meet and greet after the show unless they have a plane to catch.
- What is the length of intermission at The Texas Tenors?
Intermission is approximately 15 - 20 minutes.
- What type of parking do you have?
Parking is free.