See who the 20 lucky readers are who will be grooving along to the tunes of SOL3 MIO….
Congratulations to our 20 lucky readers:
- Barbara Taylor of Deagon
- Robbi Janssen of Deagon
- Terese Stolinski of Rothwell
- Kerryn Sheldon of Gaythorne
- Jan Lawrie of Stafford
- Diana Sbresni of Stafford
- June Coleman of The Gap
- June Skinner of the Gap
- Lesley Boulton of Auchenflower
- Carol Singh of Chapel Hill
- Graham Pegg of Forest Lake
- John Sainty of Forest Lake
- Tess Eames of Yeronga
- Larissa Kealy of Sunnybank Hills
- Marlene Braxton of Regents Park
- Jenny Townshend of Rochedale South
- Janelle Geppert of Springwood
- Dough Tame of Carindale
- Harry Cornish of Nerang
- Tracy Wedding of Jimboomba
When three opera singers form a group, debut at No. 1 where they remain for nine weeks, achieving five-times platinum status in six weeks in their home market – outselling such Grammy Award-winning acts as Lorde – you have to sit up and take notice.
SOL3 MIO is comprised of two tenor brothers, Pene and Amitai Pati, and their baritone cousin Moses Mackay. Their self-titled album, which was released in Australia on 25 April, features opera classics, modern surprises and of course the soaring voices and emotional harmonies that make up the unique sound of SOL3 MIO.
Total prize value: $500.