Local Kansas City man rises from "America's Got Talent" to the PBS Stage. J.C. Fisher, of "The Texas Tenors" will star in own PBS special on KCPT, December 2, 2013
More than 100 million people from around the world tuned in to see The Texas Tenors become “The #1 Vocal Group in the history of "America’s Got Talent." Winning the hearts of millions, The Texas Tenors burst onto the national scene and never looked back. Since then, the group has performed more than 600 shows around the world.
In The Texas Tenors' first PBS special, "You Should Dream", they combine breathtaking vocals, humor and cowboy charm. This charismatic and talented trio performs great music from the worlds of country, classical, gospel and Broadway.
The Texas Tenors will make another appearance in Kansas City on Friday, December 13th to help raise money for the Mission Project and First Downs for Down Syndrome. They will be performing with the Kansas City Symphony at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. There are tickets available through the PBS pledge drive during the December 2nd KCPT airing. This airing will also feature J.C. live in the studio during the pledge breaks. He and his wife Jennifer (former Miss Kansas) make their home in the KC area.
The PBS special will air on KCPT December 2nd at 8:30pm and December 9th at 10:30pm. It will air on KCPT2 December 6 at 12:00pm and December 12 at 10:30pm.
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