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GENTRI: The Gentlemen Trio was established in June 2014 and is comprised of three highly trained tenors: Brad Robins, Casey Elliott and Bradley Quinn Lever. Pioneering a signature sound that can only be described as “Cinematic Pop,” the music of GENTRI is transfused with lush, epic orchestrations and rich, dynamic three-part harmonies all composed by the group’s producer Stephen Nelson.
GENTRI’s self-titled, debut EP was released March 31, 2015. The record spent 10 consecutive weeks in the Top 10 on two different Billboard charts, including three weeks at No. 2 on both the Classical and Classical Crossover charts. On the heels of their first album release, the Gents debuted their first music video to their original hit single, “Dare,” which made international headlines on news outlets around the world, including ABC World News, NBC Nightly News and Inside Edition.
The Gents recently released their full-length album, RISE, which included 8 new GENTRI original songs as well as two covers. It debuted at #3 on Billboard’s Classical and Classical Crossover Charts, right behind John Williams for Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Andrea Bocelli. Critics of RISE call it “strong, brave, and inspiring” as well as “anything but boring.”
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GENTRI has performed with world-renowned talent, including international tenor sensation Alfie Boe, Tony Award-winning vocalist Idina Menzel, and legendary rock band Journey at the Stadium of Fire, the nation’s largest Fourth of July firework celebration. Other notable events include performing at the Governor of Utah’s annual gala, as well as performing the national anthem for the Utah Jazz, San Diego Padres, and Colorado Rockies. GENTRI also was recently featured on a television Christmas special with YouTube sensation Lexi Walker that was broadcast to over 20 million homes.
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Trio Of Men Sing ‘Because You Loved Me’ In Empty Stairwell - Christian Music Videos
Three talented men beautifully performed a beloved and classic song from Celine Dion.
Some singers' voices are so powerful that trying to perform one of their tracks is likely a losing proposition. Musicians better bring it if they are going to take a shot at a tune by Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Aretha Franklin or Adele. Those women have the ability to hit and hold notes many people cannot reach.
Another singer who certainly fits in that elite class of musicians is Celine Dion. The popular Canadian singer has enjoyed a highly successful, decades-long career, selling millions of albums and winning Grammys. Regardless of the high mark Celine set, three men, who call themselves GENTRI, performed Celine’s “Because You Loved Me.”
While standing in an empty stairwell, the trio of young men gives a dazzling performance of the massive hit from Celine without any musical accompaniment. Their natural God-given instruments are the only ones at work in the short clip, and it’s an outstanding rendition.
Instead of attempting to match or outdo Celine, the guys make the song their own. They play to their strengths and don’t go for the high and impressive Celine-type high notes. They harmonize beautifully, making for an enjoyable cover of a well-known and loved song.
The guys played their performance smart because if you come for a Celine Dion song, try to match her voice and miss, you’re going to look really bad. They all seemed to know the limits and capabilities of their voices.
On the About section of their YouTube channel, the group states that GENTRI is actually short for “The Gentleman Trio.”
Composed of Brad Robbins, Casey Elliott and Bradly Quinn Lever, GENTRI has performed with a number of well-known artists, including Idina Menzel, Kristin Chenoweth and the band Journey.
Psalm 105:2 “Let your voice be sounding in songs and melody; let all your thoughts be of the wonder of his works.”
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