On Tuesday, August 27th, Tenor Trio, Forte, brought down the house in Radio City Music Hall with their outstanding rendition of the pop classic, “Unchained Melody”. And received the only standing ovation of the night from all four judges in doing so.
Commanding the America’s Got Talent stage with consummate professionalism and artistry, these three exceptional singers expanded their repertoire base by moving into the Pop Classic category. Previous to this, we heard Forte perform music from the Broadway and Classical genres.
Fernando Varela and Josh Page are extremely proficient at bridging the gap between classical and crossover music. Their previous performing experiences solidify this statement.
And , although Sean Panikkar is mainly rooted in the Operatic genre, Tuesday evening’s performance proved that he can cross over with impeccable ease.
What does this mean? It means that these guys can pretty much sing whatever they darn well please and their collective backgrounds attest to this.
It also means that we are looking at the birth of an International Star Act. And, it all began on the Internet. Man, I love technology.
Have a listen to this beautiful Italianish version of “Unchained Melody“. My only complaint? It was too short. Darn those 90 second time frames!