Welsh singing brothers Richard and Adam Johnson will bring their first ever UK tour to Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on Thursday, March 6.
Richard And Adam’s debut album The Impossibly Dream fought off tough competition to hold onto the Number One spot on the Official Albums Chart for four weeks in a row.
The brothers broke the record of Justin Timberlake’s The 20/20 Experience for most consecutive weeks spent on top in 2013.
Millions watched last summer as the former sandwich-making brothers from Holywell wowed the four judges and the nation with their extraordinary performances on ITV1’s Britain’s Got Talent.
They earned numerous standing ovations and were placed third in the final.
Tenor Richard and baritone Adam honed their skills watching Pavarotti masterclasses online, and their hard work and dedication certainly paid off.
They signed a multi-album deal with Sony Music and their debut album hasclassical crossover appeal for music lovers both young and old.
Singing a wide variety of songs, from classic love ballads to their trademark powerful version of The Impossible Dream ,Richard and Adam will be performing glorious harmonies and stunning vocals that will aim to run chills down your spine.
For ticket availability for their show at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall, which starts at 7.30pm, call the box office at the Royal Centre on 0115 9895555.