Uh oh! It’s Pavarotti with a mullet!
The musical comedy featuring classically trained veteran artists is like Greater Tuna meets Das Barbecu – down home laughs with serious big city music! Top Finalist on America’s Got Talent! Written by opera-veteran Matthew Lord with music arranged by award winning composer Craig Bohmler, 3 Redneck Tenors features a cast of veteran Broadway and opera stars including Blake Davidson, Alex Bumpas, Matthew Lord and Dinny McGuire.
Join 3 Redneck Tenors April 15 at 2 p.m. at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Center in Poteau. Ticket pricing ( in advance) $20 Adult/ $10 Child – day of show $25 Adult/$15 Child and are on sale at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Center and the Poteau Chamber of Commerce beginning Monday.
Be the first to see them before you pay twice the price in Branson!
Our story starts in a far away land called Paris, that’s right Paris, Texas. Not so very long ago there was these three young, slim, good lookin’ fine song bird-like singin’ boys named Billy Bob, Billy Joe and Billy Billee. Okay, maybe not so young, slim and good lookin’ but, whoa doggy, can they sing!
One day while sing’n in front of their mobile music studio (that’s showbiz talk for trailer) they were discovered by a shrewd city slicker agent…..The Colonel. This is a tale about the Colonel’s search for the perfect venue (that’s French for place) and style for our boys to shine like the afternoon sun on a bald man’s head!
Well, that’s the long and short of it. It’s basically a foot stompin’, knee slapin’ uproariously funny musical redneck romp, with the tunes of Elvis to Puccini, country to Opera, from Paris Texas all the way to their triumphant debut at New York City’s famous Carn-iggy Hall.
You can check the group out at its website.