He's a protégé of legendary tenor Plácido Domingo, performing on some of the world's most prestigious stages. James Berger calls his work with Three Mo' Tenors, a group inspired by his mentor and two iconic colleagues, the most important of his career. It's allowed him to bring opera and other music genres to young inner-city audiences.
FOX's Jane Metzler talks with the talented singer-songwriter and vocal coach about his journey from child-prodigy to opera star, what it's like to be a classically-trained singer in a hip-hop world, and performing at the 80th birthday party Oprah threw for poet Maya Angelou. Also part of the conversation, Berger's proud baby sister, FOX's Crystal Berger, who says she's glad her brother didn't listen to her childhood pleas to stop his constant singing.
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