Formed in 1995, Australian vocalists the Ten Tenors
spent much of their early career touring the country's small towns and universities. The ensemble didn't come to the attention of the international community until they made an appearance at the Eurovision Grand Prix de la Chanson in Kiel, Germany, where they provided the audience with a soaring medley of the evening's finalist's work. The Ten Tenors
' ability to mix classical, rock, and opera with an innate charisma and charm that is distinctly Australian has resulted in the award-winning collections One Is Not Enough, Larger Than Life
, and 2006's Here's to the Heroes
arrived in 2008, featuring new arrangements of fan favorites like "Bésame Mucho" and "Over the Rainbow."