Tenors of Rock
Live in Las Vegas
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Tenors of Rock are the newest most exciting vocal group around. Formed with five of the best male rock voices in the UK. The concept was to reinvent the standard male vocal group and create a seriously high profile rock experience. The vocal range and harmonic complexity really pushes new boundaries and sets ToR apart from all other vocal groups.
The music and current set list of Tenors of Rock is truly diverse. The group use their unique and innovative sound to put their own twist on songs you know and love, including classic rock tracks such as Sweet Child O’ Mine and God Gave Rock N’ Roll To You. It is a truly unique experience to hear these songs sung like you have never heard them before...
Get ready to rock like never before with an all-new, redefined concert experience that transcends generations. Beginning this winter, TENORS OF ROCK are bringing reimagined versions of some of the most beloved rock anthems and biggest songs of all-time to life in a fresh twist on the traditional rock show at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.
The Tenors are rockin Las Vegas at Harrah’s Hotel & Casino Resort like no other vocal group can.It is hit-driven classic rock with the songs you know and a sound you’ll love in a live stage ...
The Tenors are rockin Las Vegas at Harrah’s Hotel & Casino Resort like no other vocal group can.It is hit-driven classic rock with the songs you know and a sound you’ll love in a live stage production that rocks the house. It’s not just the unique harmonies of 5 tenors, it’s all the fun of a rock concert production bringing back the best memories from the soundtrack of our lives! Tenorsofrock.com
Were you born with rock chops—belting “Gimme Shelter” before the doc even slapped your little rocker’s rump? Or perhaps they were hatched in-utero, you warbling “In My Room” in the womb? ...
“‘Desperado’ by the Eagles is the song I was conceived to, my father told me,” says Gareth Richards. “He said it was the seven-minute version, not the four-minute version.” Big props to Pop for that—and for siring the founder of the Tenors of Rock, the five-man font of classic rock anthems. “The earliest we go is The Beatles and the latest is Bon Jovi, so we skip through a wide range,” Richards says. “We’ve had shows with a ...