Review G4 Christmas 2017…
G4 have an infectious collective talent that leaves you in awe of their synergy and vocal prowess. This is never demonstrated more beautifully than at ‘G4 @ Christmas’.
Jonathan, Mike, Ben & Nick have never sounded stronger and clearly have the best 4 part harmonies in the business.
G4 offer a master class in killer vocals and on stage warmth – perfectly pitched at their adoring audience.
In 2015 they released G4 @ Christmas and have toured this ‘Candlelight’ show annually at some of the most gorgeous cathedrals in the UK from late December through Christmas.
It’s glorious. It’s a simple 5* performance of four voices that blend magnificently and begin the Christmas season in style. Naturally, this year is almost entirely sold out which is a testament to their everlasting appeal and success.
They are back in 2018 with a spring and autumn tour. GET TOUR INFO HERE!
Enjoy G4 & Alex Belfield Exclusive Christmas interview recorded November 2015:
I caught the boys at sensational (and enormous) Lincoln Cathedral where they offered a 5* masterclass in delivery, tone and performance.
This is the perfect venue for their hugely gifted and undeniably angelic voices.
There tone and vocal connection has never been more impressive, compelling or immersive.
G4 are not fakers – Jonathan, Mike, Ben & Nick currently harmonise like no-one else in British music.
Here’s a flavour of the G4 at Lincoln Cathedral…
After a life dedicated to music and a career of live performance and training, their harmonies are effortless and perfect.
With remarkable lead tenor vocals by Jonathan Ansell, showcased superbly in ‘All I Want for Christmas’ & ‘Panis Angelicus’ he & the boys have never sounded better.
Nick’s bass is stunning and Ben & Mike are both in a league of their own.
Here’s Alex & the boys with Meryl Osmond in 2017:
Featuring traditional carols including ‘O Come All Ye Faithful’ to modern classics like ‘Oh Holy Night’ & ‘All I want for Christmas’ – this tour is the epitome of Christmas.
‘Bring Him Home’ is a tear jerker and show stopper.
Here’s a Christmas message from G4:
With the glorious church organ used in tracks like ‘Good King Wenceslas’, this is a hugely spiritual and moving evening of live performance.
With spiritual tones throughout, ‘Amazing Grace’ couldn’t be more appropriate,
G4 do not need a philharmonic orchestra, like with ‘Once In Royal’ their vocals are utterly charming a cappella.
Review and interview by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 22nd November 2017.