The Overtones are a highly successful five-piece vocal harmony group. Their debut album Good Ol' Fashioned Love entered the UK Albums Chart at number 16 in November 2010 and was later propelled to number 4 after its re-release the following year, selling in excess of 500,000 copies.
As well as top-selling albums, the group has enjoyed a succession of major public performances, including performing in front of 250,000 people at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert and appearing at hugely popular festival shows, such as the Festival Of Remembrance, BT London Live and British Summer Time. Their own shows have been similarly successful.
Their music has also taken them on an international tour covering Europe, the USA, South Africa and beyond, and international fan clubs have been established in such countries as Brazil, Japan and Indonesia.
The Overtones have made a number of television appearances, including This Morning, The Saturday Night Show and Red Or Black? They also appeared as special guest performers on The Xtra Factor (Series 9), Dancing On Ice (in 2011) and also for the third semi-final on the ITV show Britain's Got More Talent (also 2011).
Charity work has always been an important aspect for the group. They performed at the tenth anniversary ball of Operation Smile, the international children's medical charity that works with dedicated medical volunteers to provide safe, effective reconstructive surgery for children born with facial deformities. The Overtones became Smile Ambassadors for the charity and spent eight days assisting medical volunteers at a project in Ruhengeri, Rwanda.
For guaranteed first class musical entertainment, The Overtones are the ideal choice for After-dinner Entertainment. To book them, please contact a Prime Performers Booking Agent on 020 7251 8222 to discuss your requirements, or fill out the booking form at our website.
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