THREE MEN and a TENOR

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Biography

In 1992, while members of the Men’s Glee Club at Michigan State University, Paul, Chuck, Mark and Glenn formed a singing group expecting to only sing one song in a Glee Club Concert. Now, over 20 years later, these guys continue to find success together. They have shared the stage with American musical icons, Chuck Berry, Dionne Warwick, Bob Newhart, Peter Cetera, Pat Boone, Lee Greenwood, and The Beach Boys.

They have been guests on over 80 radio and television stations, and in the spring of 2003, they made a featured 60-minute music concert special for PBS-TV, that was broadcasted on over 70 national PBS Stations, in markets like Nashville, Miami, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Seattle. Additionally, on September 11th of 2002, the group’s music video of their original song, “They are There– A Tribute to the Angels of September 11th” was broadcast all across Canada on the CBC-News Network.

One of 3MT’s greatest experiences, was in May of 2004, when they embarked on a 12-day tour of 8 U.S. Military Bases in Germany. The group performed 23 shows in 8 days, drove 3,000 miles, and even visited Landstuhl Hospital, where they were able to sing for the wounded soldiers, that were just off of the front lines of Iraq and Afghanistan. The group paid for their own flights, lodging, and meals, and GM paid for the rental of 2 vehicles, and the sound system needed for the tour. It was the perfect partnership to boost the morale of the families of our troops overseas.

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