Listen to this classic tenor trio from Utah as they perform an entrancing cover of Paul McCartney’s “Let It Be.”
The tremendous tenor abilities of Bradley Quinn Lever, Casey Elliott, and Brad Robins joined to create the backbone of GENTRI, which is also known as The Gentleman Trio.
These three musical performers transcend both time and space to create extremely soulful soundscapes as a result of their collaboration with producer and composer Stephen Nelson.
They call the style they play “Cinematic Pop,” and it showcases their unrestrained creativity. When playing at three holy locations at the same time, it is very obvious that GENTRI took into account religion and the significance of religion.
A dreamlike atmosphere was created as a result of everyone sitting in their own distinct seats. The surroundings of the churches provide a moving and profound spiritual perspective.
All of a sudden, the band’s choice of songs seems quite comprehensible.
It is a particularly poignant venue for a composition that begins with the well-known lyrics, “When I find myself in times of trouble, Mother Mary comes to me speaking words of wisdom,” because not only does the sanctuary have an acoustical resonance that will give you the chills, but it is also a particularly poignant venue for the song itself.
Surprisingly, a good number of fans are ignorant of the fact that the song’s original writer, Paul McCartney, is really making a reference to his mother in the song’s lyrics and not necessarily Mary, who is the mother of Jesus.
Although the song was developed during the turbulent studio sessions for the band’s self-titled album, commonly known as the White Album, it was held back to be published on a subsequent record in 1970, which was held to be issued on a record with the titular name “Let It Be.”
It turned out to be the last studio album released by The Beatles, and it is widely considered to be one of the most divisive albums in the history of rock music.
When life gets to be too much for you to bear, all you need is a little bit of love from GENTRI.
It’s possible that you’ve seen them before on the front page of a newspaper or magazine, which would explain why they sound so familiar.
It is likely that astute viewers have deduced that they are the same gentlemen responsible for the internet phenomenon known as “Dare.”
There aren’t many videos on the enormous expanse of the internet that can compete with this breathtaking cover of one of the pop music industry’s most seminal anthems. However, you shouldn’t just take our word for it.