Tenors of Rock

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Get ready to wave your hands in the air, sing out loud, and relive the greatest songs in rock history. Mixing rock classics with humor, amazing voices and a rockin’ band, Las Vegas headliners Tenors of Rock bring audiences a show experience unlike any other on the Strip.

During their contributions to West End and Broadway Musicals, two Welshmen, an Aussie and a Scot decided to put together a band. Launched in 2010 in Britain, Tenors of Rock quickly became a phenomenon, touring around the globe and even performing on X Factor.

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After a few shows here in the U.S., they got a call in November of 2016 from Caesars Entertainment and have not returned home since.

Jimmy Denning, Jonathan Williams, Dai Richards and Dan Schumann form a super group that cover rock ‘n’ roll classics like no other. They are joined by a special guest each night. Andrew Freeman, Paul Johnson and Mark Boals rotate each night as the “Fifth Tenor” along with slashing guitarist Chris Cicchino and monster drummer Tim Sorbz.

These tenors bring a fresh sound and look to AC/DC, Guns ‘N’ Roses, The Eagles, Bon Jovi, Aerosmith, and even Queen. As a matter of fact, their rendition of “Bohemian Rhapsody” is unlike any other version as this is 100 percent live.

The Tenors of Rock show is not about glitz and glamour. It’s about the harmonies of five amazing vocalists reimagining classic songs and taking you on a musical journey. The vocal range and harmonic complexity really pushes new boundaries and sets TOR apart from all other vocal groups.

“It’s an honor to join an elite group where Tom Jones, Elvis Presley and others have headlined,” Denning said. “Moreover, being a part of the Las Vegas community is an even bigger honor. So come join us as the only family friendly rock show on the Strip.”

You can catch Tenors of Rock every night but Wednesday at the Sin City Theater in Planet Hollywood. In a city known for sin, go see one of the best rock shows ever for some good, clean fun.

They also come out for free meet and greets after the show, for some pictures, and a ton of laughs. Definitely one of the best shows Las Vegas has to offer. 

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