The Tenors - Jan 28 , 2016
In 2007, four incredible Canadian voices (and minds) came together to form a classically inspired vocal quartet with a super-versatile sound. Those voices belonged to Remigio Pereira, Victor Micallef, Fraser Walters and Clifton Murray, and that quartet is The Tenors.
The Tenors is one of those can-do-no-wrong vocal groups. They’ve had albums go double and even triple platinum, they’re Juno Award winners, they’ve been featured on popular television shows like Oprah, and they’ve shared the stage with acts like Neil Young, Andrea Bocelli, Elton John, Sting, Jennifer Hudson and Earth, Wind & Fire. But The Tenors’ success and super loyal fan base is very much their own. Audiences love them, and when you see the quartet live and hear covers of songs like Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah, it’s easy to see why. These are four guys who, over the past eight years, have been honing their craft, giving fans exactly what they want to hear.
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