This afternoon, Flicka met The Tenors, winners of the 2013 JUNO Canadian Music Award for Adult Contemporary Album of the Year. Formerly known as The Canadian Tenors, The Tenors were on-hand at Scotia Plaza in Toronto to announce a new initiative that they’re involved in with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada and The Bank of Nova Scotia (Scotiabank).
This week, The Tenors have officially launched a new single, entitled “I Thank You”, in support of the 100 year anniversary of Big Brothers Big Sisters Canada. The song is available for download on iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/i-thank-you-feat.-laura-kaeppeler/id720311016?ign-mpt=uo%3D4. Proceeds from the sale of this single will be contributed to assist in the ongoing development and support of mentoring services to children and young people.
The music video for “I Thank You” is available on The Tenors’ YouTube page at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMG8EVEwdA8&feature=youtu.be
After a preview of a public service announcement that The Tenors have put together on behalf of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada, and a short performance to a packed audience, Clifton, Fraser, Remigio, and Victor took some time to meet Flicka on their stage and have their photograph taken with her.
Flicka’s photos with The Tenors were also captured by the official photographer for the event. Flicka is hopeful that the photographer will be willing to share them. If the “official photographs” become available, we will share them on this blog.
Flicka hopes this special project is a success for The Tenors, Big Brothers Big Sister of Canada, and Scotiabank.
Flicka would like to sincerely thank Jeffrey Latimer at Jeffrey Latimer Entertainment and Adrienne Kakoullis at Holmes PR for their assistance in facilitating Flicka’s opportunity to meet The Tenors. Thank you!