Britain's Got Talent - Welsh brothers Richard and Adam Johnson's dreams have come true - in more ways than one. Their debut album 'The Impossible Dream' - stays at Number 1 for the second week on the UK's Official Albums Chart.
Richard and Adam say "We were over the moon with the album going to No.1 last week -- we can't believe it's there for a second week! Thank you everyone so much for supporting us".
Richard, 23 and Adam, 20 have just announced their first UK tour in Feb/March next year. The tour will consist of Richard and Adam, singing a wide variety of songs from 'The Impossible Dream' and other classics. They will be performing glorious harmonies and stunning vocals that will run chills down your spine!
Richard and Adam, who came third in this year's Britain's Got Talent final - were born and bred in the small town of Holywell in North Wales. They worked in their parent's business as sandwich makers. Their Grandmother was an integral part of introducing Richard and Adam to classical music.
15 Feb BASINGSTOKE, Anvil Arts
16 Feb DARTFORD, Orchard Theatre
19 Feb GLASGOW, Royal Concert Hall
20 Feb GATESHEAD, Sage
21 Feb SHEFFIELD, City Hall
23 Feb NORTHAMPTON, Derngate
24 Feb LIVERPOOL, Philarmonic Hall
25 Feb SOUTHEND, Cliffs Pavilion
27 Feb BIRMINGHAM, Symphony Hall
28 Feb BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion
01 Mar PORTSMOUTH, Guildhall
04 Mar LEICESTER, De Montfort Hall
05 Mar RHYL, Pavilion Theatre
08 Mar CARDIFF, Millennium Centre
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