THREE MEN and a TENOR

  Michigan's "Most Wanted" Vocal Group


Featured performance with Jay Leno- Mesa, AZ

"Three Men and a Tenor" warmed up the crowd of over 2,000 at the Valle Del Oro Resort in Mesa, AZ as the opening act for Jay Leno. It was a milestone day in the group's 23-year history. Visit the photo gallery to see more of the special photo session with Jay and sights from all around the resort getting ready for the big show! Click here for the photos!


Promotional Videos

THEY ARE THERE- A TRIBUTE TO THE ANGELS OF 9/11
Recognizing the victims of the tragedies of September 11th, 2015

THREE MEN AND A TENOR- PROMO VIDEO

Watch what makes this group one of the most sought after vocal groups in the country!



More about the group

"WHICH ONE IS THE TENOR?!"-  If you have to ask, you are not paying attention. If you were to ask the 3MT bass man Paul Felch, he would tell you that a Tenor is "a man who sings like a girl". But in this group, Glenn Williams, who measures in at 5-feet tall, stands next to Felch (6'4"), Chuck Colby (6'3") and Mark Stiles (6'5"), and still manages to command the stage with the others to help form one of the most energetic and talented professional a cappella vocal groups in America, "Three Men and a Tenor"!

 

The name of the group has always seemed misleading when marketed to mainstream radio, television and theatre presenters, because of the word "TENOR" in it. Many popular tenor acts are seen on PBS-television singing opera or jazz or classical music, while standing behind music stands and wearing tuxes. By contrast, THREE MEN and a TENOR performs high-energy, pop a cappella vocal music from The Temptations, The Eagles, The Beatles, Grand Funk Railroad, Nat King Cole, Garth Brooks, Bob Marley, Elvis and Paul Simon. They powerfully present the best of the American music songbook (including several of their own catchy original songs) with a playful, and soulful performance for all ages.  

 

A THREE MEN and a TENOR show has been known to make everyone (including the members of the group) feel better. Call it musical therapy for the mind and the funny bone. Come see a show and get your dose of comic relief and touching musical moments to share with your family. 

Click here to see Three Men and a Tenor in action