The Tenors announce 18 Canadian dates on ‘Under One Sky’ tour

The Tenors, pictured in 2014, will kick off their Canadian tour in September.
The Tenors, pictured in 2014, will kick off their Canadian tour in September. Frazer Harrison / Getty Images

TORONTO — Vocal group The Tenors announced Tuesday the first leg of a tour that includes stops in 18 Canadian cities.

The Under One Sky tour will start in Thunder Bay, Ont. on Sept. 16 and travel to Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Medicine Hat, Edmonton, Calgary, Abbotsford, Penticton, Victoria, Toronto, Ottawa, Peterborough, Quebec City, Hamilton, Kingston, Montreal and Windsor.

Additional dates will be announced soon.

The Tenors, a Canadian group made up of Victor Micallef, Clifton Murray, Remigio Pereira and Fraser Walters, has released three studio albums since 2008.

The group’s latest, Under One Sky, comes out May 4. It includes covers of songs like “Lean On Me,” “Who Wants to Live Forever” and “You Are So Beautiful.”

The album was produced by Canadian heavyweights like David Foster and Bob Ezrin as well as Keith Thomas.

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Last month, The Tenors taped a special performance at Ontario’s Caesars Windsor that will be broadcast in June on PBS.

Tickets for most of the Canadian concerts go on sale May 9.

Here is the list of dates:

Sept. 16 – Thunder Bay, ON

Sept. 18 – Winnipeg, MB

Sept. 19 – Saskatoon, SK

Sept. 21 – Moose Jaw, SK

Sept. 23 – Medicine Hat, AB

Sept. 25 – Edmonton, AB

Sept. 28 – Calgary, AB

Oct. 2 – Abbotsford, BC

Oct. 3 – Penticton, BC

Oct. 5 – Victoria, BC

Nov. 24 – Toronto, ON

Nov. 27 – Ottawa, ON

Nov. 30 – Peterborough, ON

Dec. 1 – Quebec City, QC

Dec. 4 – Hamilton, ON

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Dec. 6 – Kingston, ON

Dec. 7 – Montreal, QC

Dec. 22 – Windsor, ON