After their trending performances in the global competition “The World’s Best” that astounded local and international audiences, the TNT Boys are busier than ever as they start their preparations for their much-anticipated first international concert tour titled “TNT Boys Listen: The World Tour” happening this April.
Big Shot Trio Mackie Empuerto, Keifer Sanchez, and Francis Concepcion will bring their sold-out concert to US and Canada and serve show-stopping performances for both their Kapamilya and foreign fans.
For its first stop, the concert will kick off at Chabot College, Hayward California on April 23, followed by The Theater at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles, California on April 25. They will also fly to Canada and perform at the Edmonton Expo Centre, Alberta.
For more details, log on to the TNT Boys’ official website www.thetntboys.com.
Meanwhile, the TNT Boys once again proved they can make anything trend as their latest cover, “A Million Dreams” from the movie “The Greatest Showman,” has reached more than one million views on YouTube and landed on the video streaming site’s trending list. They also put a Pinoy twist to the popular song by incorporating the Hiligaynon lullaby “Ili-ili Tulog Anay.”
Since their debut in 2017, the TNT Boys has earned nods from various international TV shows and personalities. Aside from “The World’s Best,” they also have appeared in US TV show “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” where they got to perform with Ariana Grande, and on various media outlets, including BBC, Extra TV, and CBS Los Angeles.
The TNT Boys is only one of the Filipino artists who broke into the international scene as ABS-CBN continues to champion Filipino talent on the world stage.
Before becoming a group, Mackie, Keifer, and Francis first impressed viewers as grand finalists in “Tawag ng Tanghalan Kids” on ABS-CBN. They were officially launched as a trio in 2017, and have since sung for international audiences in “Little Big Shots” US, UK, and Australia and have performed for several head of states, including Pres. Rodrigo Duterte, Singaporean president Halimah Yacob, and Papua New Guinea prime minister Peter O’ Neill. They were also hailed as the grand champion of “Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids.”