The Tenors, from left, Clifton Murray, Remigio Pereira, Victor Micallef and Fraser Walters. The Canadian singing group will headline a show June 15 at the Murat Theatre at Old National Centre.
Despite being a classical singing group, the members of the Tenors haven’t grown up listening only to Wagner and Vivaldi.
Their sound is tinged by elements of singer-songwriters such as Jim Croce, folk singers such as Bob Dylan and gospel.
Remigio Pereira played in a reggae band, loved big guitarists such as Eddie Van Halen and used to pretend he was Ringo Starr.
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