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The Texas Tenors
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Information
Age (at audition) 34-44
Sex Male
Act Vocal Trio
Seasons 4
Position Reached 4th Place

The Texas Tenors was a vocal trio act from Season 4 of America's Got Talent. They finished the competition in 4th place.

BackgroundEdit

The Texas Tenors are based in Houston, Texas. At the time of their audition, the three vocalists were "three southern-midwestern boys pinching every penny." One ran a small business for a living, another was a starving artist, and the third was unemployed. The group was put together three months before their audition.

From Alabama to Puccini, John Hagen, Marcus Collins and JC Fisher bring their unique blend of country, gospel, classical and broadway to the stage. [1]

AuditionEdit

The Texas Tenors' audition in Episode 406 consisted of singing Alabama's "Mountain Music" as a group. Piers Morgan, Sharon Osbourne, and David Hasselhoff all voted "Yes", sending the trio to the Vegas Round.

Vegas RoundEdit

The Texas Tenors appeared without performing in the Vegas Round. The group's audition was strong enough for the judges to send it to the Quarterfinals in Episode 411.

QuarterfinalsEdit

The Texas Tenors' Quarterfinals performance in Episode 415 consisted of singing Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the USA" as a group. The Texas Tenors received enough votes to be sent to the Semifinals in Episode 416 instead of Pete Peterkin.

SemifinalsEdit

The Texas Tenors' Week 1 Semifinals performance in Episode 421 consisted of singing "Unchained Melody" as a group. The Texas Tenors received enough votes to be sent to the Finals in Episode 422 instead of Arcadian Broad and Drew Thomas Magic.

FinalsEdit

The Texas Tenors' Finals performance in Episode 425 consisted of singing Frank Sinatra's "My Way" as a group.

FinaleEdit

The Texas Tenors received enough votes to be included in the Top 5 in Episode 426 instead of Fab Five. The trio was revealed to have finished in fourth place in the competition that same night, in front of The Voices of Glory, but behind Kevin Skinner, Barbara Padilla, and Recycled Percussion.

After the ShowEdit

With breathtaking vocals, humor, and cowboy charm, The Texas Tenors have traveled the globe performing more than 500 concerts over four years. The tenors have collaborated with numerous symphonies including the Houston Symphony, Cleveland Pops, Kansas City Symphony, Austin Symphony, Phoenix Symphony and Prague [hilharmonic to name a few. They have performed for such notable organizations as the Van Cliburn and Autry Foundations, Conoco-Phillps, Mutual of Omaha, Houston Rockets, Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Foxwoods Resort and Casino, Royal Caribbean International, Pro Bull Riders World Championships and many others.

John, Marcus and JC have been to more than twenty countries including a 24-city tour of the UK and in August 2013 toured China. When not on tour, the boys can be found in several cities across the country for extended runs including over 60 concerts each fall at the Starlite Theatre in Branson, Missouri, where they were named 2011 and 2012 Critic’s Choice Group of the Year and Ensemble of the Year.

Their debut album "Country Roots – Classical Sound" has the distinction of being the only independent album to be #1 on both the Country and Classical charts, according to CD Baby. They also released a dvd in 2012, "The Texas Tenors Live in Concert." In the winter of 2013, The Texas Tenors released their second album “You Should Dream” featuring a 65-piece orchestra and original songs to coincide with the December 2013 airing of their first PBC special “The Texas Tenors: You Should Dream Live." [2]

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