Australia’s The Ten Tenors will return to North America this fall. The group’s Here’s to the Heroes world tour brings them to 65 cities across the United States and Canada, beginning Sept. 23, in Ft. Smith, AR and concluding with a triple header Dec. 27-30 in Pittsburgh, PA.
These North American dates are the latest installment to The Tenors world tour in support of their current CD release, “Here’s To The Heroes.” The album, released in North America by Rhino Records, has reached Gold and Platinum status in several countries around the world and has held top 10 chart positions in many more, including the U.S.
The Ten Tenors have now been seen by over 90 million people on four continents, appealing to opera, pop and rock audiences, and have appeared as headliners and alongside such diverse artists as Rod Stewart, Andrea Boccelli, Alanis Morissette, Willie Nelson, and Christina Aguilera, to name a few. . .
“Our performances pay tribute to some of the great classics of all time, whether that be the pop sounds of the Bee Gees with ‘Stayin Alive’ to the rock sound of Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ and Luciano Pavarotti’s version of ‘Nessun Dorma,'” Shannon Brown, one of the Ten Tenors and show musical director, said in a statement.
Their 2002 CD, “One Is Not Enough,” reached the Top 10 on the European pop charts, and they were invited by Disney to record the theme song “Jungle Rhythm” for the film “Jungle Book 2” (2003). They have been awarded Best Artist Pop Meets Classics Award by the Radio Hamburg Awards and received The Variety Group of the Year Award at the 29th Annual Australian Entertainment MO Awards.
Ten Tenors Tour 2007
Sun Sept 23 Ft.Smith, AR Arkansas PAC
Mon Sept 24 College Station, TX Reed Arena
Tue Sept 25 Longview, TX S.E. Belcher Jr. Chapel
Thu Sept 27 Midland, TX Phyllis and Bob Cowan
Sat Sept 29 Dallas, TX Nokia Theatre
Sun Sept 30 Texarkana, TX Perot Theater
Tue- Thu Oct 2 – 4 Knoxville, TN Civic Auditorium
Sun Oct 7 Baton Rouge, LA Union Theatre
Tue- Sun Oct 23 – 28 Niagara, ONT Fallsview Casino
Mon Oct 29 Kitchener, ONT Centre in the Square
Tue Oct 30 Springfield, OH Clark State PAC
Thu Nov 1 York, PA Strand Capitol PAC
Fri Nov 2 Lowell, MA Lowell Auditorium
Sat Nov 3 Waterbury, CT Palace Theatre
Sun Nov 4 Union, NJ Wilkins Theater
Wed Nov 6 Anniston, AL Anniston PAC
Thu Nov 8 Portsmouth, OH Vern Riffe Center
Fri- Sat Nov 9 – 10 Greensboro, NC War Memorial Auditorium
Sun Nov 11 Charlotte, NC Bluementhal PAC
Mon Nov 12 Charlottesville, VA Paramount Theatre
Tue Nov 13 Morganton, NC Municipal Auditorium
Thu Nov 15 Macon, GA Grand Opera House
Sat Nov 17 Raleigh, NC Progress Energy Center
Tue- Sun Nov 27 – Dec 2 San Antonio, TX Majestic
Tue- Wed Dec 4 – 5 Lakeland, FL Youkey Theatre
Fri Dec 7 Naples, FL Philharmonic Center
Sat Dec 8 Piqua, OH Edison Community
Tue- Sun Dec 11 – 16 St. Petersburg, FL Mahaffey Theater
Mon Dec 17 Sarasota, FL VanWezel PA Hall
Wed Dec 19 Bunnell, FL Flagler Auditorium
Thu Dec 20 Gainesville, FL Phillips Center for the
Fri Dec 21 Melbourne, FL King Center
Thu- Sun Dec 27 – 30 Pittsburgh, PA Heinz Hall