Kat Fatony from Cincinnati, Ohio
The Tenors were incredible. Their voices were uplifting and enchanting. They do not need any other special effects-they are special enough. The crowd roared with each powerful song. I will definitely attend again.
Chad from Salt Lake City, Utah
FANTASTIC IN SALT LAKE CITY
I went to the Tenors show in Salt Lake City on Sat, November 3. Overall it was a great show. It was a bit loud for the small venue, but to me that is ok. I know there were a lot of elderly people covering their ears to muffle the sound. But they truly did a great job and definitely sang "Fan Favorites" as their tour headline suggested. i have loved these guys since they were formed and was so glad they finally came to SLC. I can't wait for them to come again.
from Atlanta, Georgia
Their voices are amazing and there’s a perfect mix between classic, pop, rock and a little Motown!! Would see The Tenors again.
from Boston, Massachusetts
TENORS DELIGHT WITH SOUND AND CHARM
What a wonderful evening! The Tenors performed to a packed and enthusiastic crowd. Signing traditional Christmas carols and songs from them Christmas album. From gospel-inspired to 50's swing, to the Lord's Prayer it was a delight. Their voices are distinct and different in quality and tone. Their supporting musicians were excellent and together the night was pure magic. Such a delight. Getting to Lynn is a bit of a trial for a 7:00 show with the traffic, but a quick sail home. Parking is easy, plentiful and free for concert nights.
Jacqueline Slocombe from Qualicum Beach, British Columbia.
My husband and our “concert buddy “friends went to see The Tenors just recently in Nanaimo at The Port Theatre. We thoroughly enjoyed the evening. They all sing very well and have wonderful showmanship. My husband thought the music a bit loud but still loved their performance. I LOVED the whole durn evening..loud or not!!! The tenor originally from Port McNeill can really dance as well as sing..the tenor raised in Richmond BC hit his notes dead on while singing “Bring Him Home” from Les Mis. That is a difficult song to sing...and he has a very warm personality. I loved the tenor who hails from Toronto..can he ever sing the opera selections..his voice is full and powerful. In all they are very talented, engage well with the audience, have rhythm and versatility, and are Canadians. (I am a bit biased..lol). I raved about the evening so much to my friend in Utah that she and her husband are catching the show in Orem, Utah on Monday night. Thank you for the “best” evening Tenors.
B. Hern from Seattle, Washington
BEAUTIFUL SINGING, SOUND LOUD
We so looked forward to this event. It featured along with the Three Tenors a choral group as well as a children’s choir. The sound check could have pointed out the extremely loud mikes, wonderful musicians overwhelming any of the choirs! One woman came up to someone and said can you do something about the sound thinking they could help. Sorry it came to this complaint but it seems it’s been a problem before,
Anonymous from Greenville, South Carolina
CONCERT HALL VS. ARENA SHOW
The Peace Center is a wonderful venue, the staff were great, seats were excellent. The Tenors are great singers and entertainers. The show was just too loud for the concert hall - it seemed geared toward a huge stadium or arena. The best of the show, to me, was the first encore, with only acoustic guitar accompaniment, because the quality of their voices could be heard. They could have given us a superior show without the over loud accompaniment and without the "voice processing" electronics.
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