They are singer Té Eugene, 18, guitarist Eddie Brett, 20, and ukulele player Sonny Jay, 18, but you probably know them better as Loveable Rogues – those cheeky chaps who made it to the final of Britain’s Got Talent last month.
The trio made it through the last stage in the TV talent contest after singing two of their own songs in front of the star judges and the studio and TV audience.
Their witty upbeat tracks, Lovesick and Honest, were instant hits and saw them signed to Simon Cowell’s record label, SyCo.
Sonny says: ‘We’ve been gigging constantly for 18 months, trying to build up our fanbase and working hard, but Britain’s Got Talent was an incredible platform – within weeks everyone knew who we were.’
The boys are coming to Portsmouth this Bank Holiday weekend to perform at Intervention at Tiger Tiger on Monday.
The Gunwharf Quays club looks set to be heaving with revellers celebrating the extra-long Jubilee weekend and now there’s an extra draw too with this talented threesome performing live and meeting fans in the VIP lounge.
The night also offers clubbers the chance to win X Factor tickets, along with three rooms of music with chart mash-ups in the Tiger Bar, cheesy retro classics in Groovy Wonderland, plus r’n’b and hip hop in the Club.
Tickets cost £5.50 to £11 from gigantic.com or 07769224540.