Joe Tenney, Richard Talbot, and Jon Buehner became acquainted in 1990, when they performed in the Gilbert Fine Arts Association’s (GFAA) excerpts from “Les Miserables.” The three sang together in the community’s presentation of the Messiah and several performances during the Christmas season of 1994. That was the beginning of a friendship in the truest sense. They also recognized that the TRIO brought an energy and harmony of spirit--3 voices that were "destined" to sing together. Although each is an artist individually, the three felt that their talents were, and still are, best expressed as a trio. After many requests, Jon, Richard, and Joe formed their group “Three 2U” and began working on their first album titled, “Three Kings.” The title track was the first song the group performed together.
After an amazing journey, Three2U is excited to announce the arrival of their new album project: “Deep Peace”--available in book stores, HeartRise www.ldscds.com and www.amazon.com and available immediately HERE on-line! Take advantage of our 20% discount special AND we include free shipping and handling! And to launch this project Three2U invites you to join them in their first concert series in nearly 7 years! Check out the "Up Coming Events" info on this site!
For a sample of the music, simply click on each page and you will hear one of the tracks. Check out our new videos on www.youtube.com Also, we can be found on "Sounds of Sunday" thanks to Carl Watkins! http://www.soundsofsunday.com/node/477 We hope you enjoy! And please feel free to leave a comment on our "blog" page. We really would like to hear from you!
Three2U Video: "One More Day"
Three2U held a live 'CD Release' concert along with artists Freddie Ashby, Debbie West Coon, & Michele Baer on February 6, 2010. A special tribute performed live with the following video of Diamond Rio's cover tune "One More Day" was presented there, dedicated to the memory of their recently deceased friends Azure Starkes, Charlee Hawkins, and Skylar Stock. For more on the story behind the video, visit their blog page.