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The Three Country Tenors

The Three Country Tenors

The “Three Country Tenors” are a unique blend of Honky Tonk, Bakersfield and Nashville Sound representing all facets of the classic country music era – from Ray Price, Louvin Brothers, Webb Pierce, Buck Owens, Don Gibson, Mel Tillis, Bob Wills , Marty Robbins, Bobby Bare, Willie Nelson, and the list goes on…

With classy appeal and dressed to impress, Nathan Belt, Kevin Martin and Logan Ledger are

three fresh young faces and the best up-and-coming country singers in Nashville.

The Three Tenors of recent day were classically trained singers (Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo, and Jose Carreras).

There have always been tenors in country music going back hundreds of years ago to the back porches of rural America – country music and musicians who would be welcome on the front porch or Carnegie Hall. This is the down home sound that was born nearer to a barn than a Wall Street office. This is the kind of feel that once was searched for and found in Bristol,Tennessee by Ralph Peer. He looked for the real thing and found it. This show is a salute to all that is good about real country music and it does it in a fun way with a focus on style by three young talented guys.

They are backed by the new “Nashville Superpickers” (Mark Thornton – Guitar, Dennis Crouch – Upright Bass, Larry Marrs – Drums, and Tyler Hall – Steel Guitar).

The “Three Country Tenors” are definitely worthy of coming to see and hear. They perform songs with the feel and energy of classically trained singers. As indi

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