Talented pair are on tour

Richard and Adam head out on the road.
Richard and Adam head out on the road.
The Rampant at the ramparts of Portchester Castle in 1967. L to r: Peter Richardson (aka Ritchie Peters  they turned his name around) vocals, Ron Hughes guitar, Ken Hughes (his brother) drums, Don Golding bass, Mick Cooper Hammond organ.

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They proved their dream wasn’t impossible when they won audience and judge approval on Britain’s Got Talent and now Richard and Adam are following up television and recording success with a live tour.

The duo, who came third on the ITV talent show performing The Impossible Dream, will be at Portsmouth Guildhall next Saturday (March 1, 7.30pm).

Millions watched last summer as the singing brothers from Holywell 
in Wales won the praise of judges and standing ovations.

Richard and Adam Johnson perfected their skills watching Pavarotti master classes online.

Their hard work and dedication paid off when they won over Britain’s Got Talent fans and signed a multi-album deal with Sony Music.

Their debut album, The Impossible Dream, is available now.

It features covers of songs such as Amazing Grace, Somewhere and Bring Him Home.

The duo followed that with their second release, The Christmas Album.

The album puts an operatic twist on Christmas songs such as Away In A Manger and Silent Night.

They will be supported by Charlotte Jaconelli, the 18-year-old who, along with her usual singing partner, Jonathan Antoine, was a Britain’s Got Talent runner-up.

Tickets for the Guildhall show are £20-£25.

Visit portsmouthguildhall.org.uk or call (0844) 847 2362.