In 2008, Artcore introduced it's Casper audience to a group called Tenors Unlimited. Many wondered how a group of this caliber would travel from the U.K. to the wilds of Wyoming. It was to be a working vacation. Tenors member Paul Martin was to be married and happened to be marrying a Casper girl, Lila McConigley. With all of them in town for the nuptials it was relatively easy to plan a show with the Tenors and Lila. With the enthusiasm of the Casper audience and the release of a new album The Rat Pack Of Opera, it only made sense to make a return trip to Casper. This time without Lila as a new addition to the family kept she and the baby from traveling.

Here it is 4 years later and the popularity of Tenors Unlimited continues to grow by leaps and bounds in Europe and the audiences continue to grow with performances with the likes of  Sting, Hayley Westenra, Lionel Ritchie, Simply Red, Daniel and Natasha Bedingfield, soul diva Beyoncé, The Opera Babes, and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra...just to name a few. And on 14 May 2011 sang live in front of 90,000 people at Wembley Stadium at the FA Cup Final.

Additionally, appearances on Friday Night is Music Night (BBC Radio 2,) Top of the Pops, SKY & ITV Sport and a UK tour has firmly established the boys as one of the world's premier classical crossover groups. Jem Sharples, Paul Martin and Scott Ciscon joined us this morning to talk about Tenors Unlimited and their Thursday night Artcore show.

The show is at 7:30 Thursday January 12th at the John F Welsh auditorium at Natrona County High School. Tickets are available at

Tickets are also available at the door.

For your additional listening and viewing pleasure, see the boys here live at Royal Albert Hall.