ARTIST OVERALL RATINGS
The Tenors (formerly known as Canadian Tenors) took a while to stabilize their membership and sound, but it all came together in 2008 and the world was introduced to yet another male vocal quartet. We should be grateful for the multi-talented Tenors though (they also play instruments which they use in their live shows). The lads have a healthy repertoire and like to fiddle around with arrangements to give different flavours. Unlike other male quartets, they give each member the limelight - allowing for solo songs and evenly distributing the vocals in their group numbers. If their music is not entertaining enough, they ooze charm and humour which makes an evening with them a fun one. They are not as operatic as Il Divo, but not as pop as Blake; two of the members have powerhouse operatic vocals, whilst the other two are there for the lighter moments. Out of all the male vocal groups, the Tenors have hit the perfect balance and are the group with the most to offer.