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The Gentleman Trio

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GENTRI

This is a beautiful cover of The Beatles famous “Let It Be” by the angelic-voiced GENTRI, “Powerful tenor harmonies, presented with class.” While it’s painfully clear that their slogan and wardrobe have been hit a time or two with someone’s magic PR wand, the “gentleman trio” nonetheless retain their charm. And in spite of their slick packaging and their damned pocket squares, their love for music still comes through. (Hopefully, “gentleman trio” is a Mormon thing and not a a marketing gimmick, which would be very disappointing.)

GENTRI’s most recent album included a number of originals, but I find them a little heavy handed. The songs feel a little too close to Andrea Bocelli for my liking, but if that’s your thing, you should definitely give their originals a try.

Oooh, Chicago!

And I can never resist a “Say Something” cover…

You can check out Gentri on their website and their YouTube channel.

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Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

10 thoughts on “The Gentleman Trio

  1. I have some of their music on CD. Happy to see it here. They are special.

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  2. I’ve never heard GENTRI before. It truly was “One Beautiful Thing” today. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. I like them – never heard of til today – thanks!

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  4. Pleasant enough. Not quite my bag but I’d have this playing as background music with no difficulty.

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  5. I never heard of them or of Operation Underground Railroad. Thanks for introducing me to both.

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