Texas Tenors are Back at the Starlite Theater

Texas TenorsThe Texas Tenors are best known for the cross genres they bring to the stage with a unique blend of country, classical, pop and gospel and now they’re back at the Starlite Theater for a limited engagement show.

This talented trio will delight audiences with their creative renditions of popular artists like Miley Cyrus, The Rolling Stones, John Denver and even Puccini.

The tenors are Marcus Collins, John Hagen and JC Fisher and they first gained national attention from their appearance on America’s Got Talent. 

Marcus, a small town boy, grew up emulating his favorite artists before training classically in college. He’s been singing since he was four years old.

John is described as “astonishing” and “a superb tenor of deep musicality.” He has performed a variety of operatic roles throughout his career and has taught voice and vocal pedagogy at Wartburg College and the University of Northern Iowa, his alma mater.

Texas TenorsJC sang in church during his high school years and discovered his passion for singing while studying music at Wichita State University. He has been performing for more than 15 years now.

The group has toured to more than 20 different countries and each of these veteran entertainers absolutely love what they do. That passion shines with their incredible performances in Branson. You’ll enjoy the special sounds of this unique vocal group as they blend some of your favorite songs and genres to create a whole new musical experience.

For tickets or more information, visit http://www.bransonshows.com/activity/buyTheTexasTenorsTickets.cfm.

The Starlite Theater is located at 3115 W. 76 Country Blvd., Branson, just down the street from the Titanic Museum.

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