‘The Rock Tenors’ Rock Atlanta Symphony Hall
Symphonic Pops Conductor Michael Krajewski presents “The Rock Tenors,” featuring the voices of Shem Von Schroeck, Rob Evan and Micah Wilshire. The tenors will sing classic rock favorites by Yes, The Beatles, The Doobie Brothers, Coldplay, Kansas, Journey, Queen, Kenny Loggins, Paul McCartney, Chicago, Coldplay, Sting, Queen, Yes, and Crosby, Stills & Nash and more.
Micah Wilshire has appeared on seven Gold and Platinum albums and countless recordings and jingles. He has performed on “The Sharon Osbourne Show,” “The Wayne Brady Show” and Pepsi Smash. You can also hear him on albums with Amy Grant, Michael Bolton, CeCe Winans, Steve Winwood and Faith Hill.
A principal tenor for the Millennium Wagner Opera Company, Shem von Schroeck has performed with Grammy Award-winning artists, including Tom Jones, Marie Osmond, Christopher Cross, and as a music director and conductor for Kenny Loggins.
Rob Evan starred in the original Broadway cast of “Jekyll & Hyde,” playing the title role for three years, and appeared on Broadway as Jean Valjean in “Les Miserables.” A featured soloist for many leading symphonies across the nation, Evan also regularly stars in the production of “The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber.” Evan is a native of Monticello and is a former varsity athlete at the University of Georgia where he majored in finance.