Jonathan Ansell rose to fame as the high tenor from the chart-topping British vocal group G4 before debuting being a solo artist in 2008 with the very best 10 album Tenor at the films. Born Jonathan Tag Ansell on March 10, 1982, in Bognor Regis, Sussex, Britain, he began executing at age group eight, when he became a member of the Western world Sussex Young boys Choir, which he continued to be an associate until puberty. Before his tone of voice broke, he sang treble; afterward, he was a higher tenor. With time, he was honored the opportunity to wait the renowned Guildhall College of Music and Crisis in London. There he befriended fellow learners Mike Christie, Tom Lowe, and Ben Thapa, with whom he shaped the pop-opera group G4 (Guildhall Four). In 2004 G4 (where Matthew Stiff got since changed Lowe) competed for the X Aspect, a televised skill present hosted by Simon Cowell for the ITV network, and earned second place, shedding to first-place champion Steve Brookstein. Subsequently, the group was provided a lucrative documenting agreement with Sony BMG and released its debut recording, G4 (2005), which topped the U.K. albums graph and eventually outsold the similarly chart-topping debut recording of Brookstein, Center & Spirit (2005). Over another 2 yrs, G4 toured the U.K. five occasions, offering out each tour; they released two extra albums, G4 and Close friends (2005) and Take action Three (2006), and released the DVD Live in the Royal Albert Hall (2005). In the wake of the achievement, G4 announced its separation in Apr 2007, citing inner-group pressure. Ansell proceeded to indication a lucrative single recording agreement with Universal GROUP. His debut single recording, Tenor at the films (2008), a assortment of film theme interpretations, topped the U.K. traditional albums chart, producing him the youngest tenor ever to take action. It peaked at quantity nine on the entire albums chart.