Texans Marcus Collins, JC Fisher, and Joh Hagen aren’t family. They aren’t triplets. Before the fourth season of America’s Got Talent, they weren’t even celebrities. But Simon Cowell’s global franchise has been known to make success stories out of their winners and runner-ups like Jackie Evancho, Grace WanderWaal, and Eli Mattson. Once again, this trio, named The Texas Tenors, captured the hearts and fans needed for success back in 2019.
These three are passionate singers that bring great music to many. On the live show, this trio showcased beautiful harmonies and touched many. Their competition wasn’t going to make it easy. They were up against boastful percussion group, Recycled Percussion, a strong opera singer, Barbara Padilla, and the winner of season four, Country singer Kevin Skinner. Performing amongst these great artists is not an easy task. This only fueled their fire to make a name for themselves in the music industry.
The Texas Tenors have definitely left a mark for all to see. They now have eight studio albums, three Emmy awards, and are currently on their world tour, according to their website. Their huge fan base has definitely made it possible for average guys to live a better life of luxury. It is all well-deserved. Through their name and their actions, they show that fame does not result in forgetting their roots. This is group is very humble and supportive of the ones they love. There are no signs of slowing down in sight, so many can’t wait to see what’s next.
This group is a good role model for anyone who wants to chase their dreams despite being drowned out by the world’s flashiest. Let us do our best to be our best in what we love to do. Surely, the world will take notice and great success will follow.
If you have heard this group sing and you enjoy their harmonies, have one of your friends read this article. They too could receive some joy from their passionate vocals. What are your favorite singing groups? What are your favorite songs with great harmonies? Let’s see how many people vibe with the same sounds.