The Texas Tenors
As an "indie country" trio, The Texas Tenors were viewed by millions on the hit TV show America's Got Talent, and now live in Branson, you can see their classic performances as well as their brand new material.
The trio consists of Marcus Collins, also known as “The Contemporary Tenor,” JC Fisher, known as “The Romantic Tenor” and John Hagen, known simply as “The Tenor,” each with immense talent in their own right.
The group's sophomore album, You Should Dream, features expertly-produced songs by Nigel Wright and songs like “The Rolling Stones,” “Wild Horses,” “God Bless America,” and two of their songs are accompanied by a 65-piece symphony. Filled with cowboy charm, this concert amazes audiences, regardless of musical tastes because it brings a wide variety of appeal.
With their unique sound, The Texas Tenors have achieved inspiring success. Their Country Roots - Classic Sound album was critically acclaimed and topped #1 on both classical and country music Billboard charts. They have also been featured in Billboard magazine, three times won Emmy awards, and have a long list of great singles to their name. They are even producing a PBS! dance and sing along with some of their greatest chart-topping songs like “You’ve Lost that Lovin Feelin” and “Unchained Melody.”
The Texas Tenors are rising stars touring the country and will be visiting Branson, so make sure you catch their unique musical style that incorporates pop, classical, and more. Their amazing work pushes the boundaries of current genres to forge a genre that is all their own. Check out the Texas Tenors for an unforgettable evening of quality entertainment and boot scootin good fun!
- 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.
- 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.