JC Fisher sings country. Marcus Collins is a pop vocalist. John Hagen? He's an opera singer. Together they are the world-renowned Texas Tenors! The group has a performing home base in Branson, Missouri, and tours the world, with sold-out shows in over 20 countries. The Tenors' skyrocket to fame came via their appearance on the television program "America's Got Talent." Subsequent albums earned slots among Billboard's chart-toppers in the Classical, Country, and Independent Album categories. The Tenors' rockin' rendition of "Ruckus on the Ranch" is a perfect showcase for their lively, tuneful, sing-alongs.
This sequel opens with a lullaby that puts all the ranch animals to bed. But when Clem the dog spots the fiery orange of the harvest moon and yelps, “Moon’s on fire!”, sleep is impossible. It takes a clever cowboy to convince the animals thay the moon is simply shining bright so that it appears...[more]
When the stallion runs after the mare, he starts a chain reaction as the cowboy, cowgirl, and ranch critters join the chase-around. What’s all the hubbub about? Stallion just wants to play a game with Mare! He didn’t mean to cause such a ruckus! A spread about ranch animals rounds out the book.