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The Gentlemen Trio group's self-titled album, "Gentri," is No. 5 on Billboard's Classical Chart and No. 3 on the Classical Crossover Chart.

The Gentlemen Trio's self-titled album, “Gentri,” is No. 5 on Billboard’s Classical Chart and No. 3 on the Classical Crossover Chart.

The group, which includes Utah tenors Casey Elliott, Brad Robins and Bradley Quinn Lever, is in good company on the lists.

Lindsey Stirling’s “Shatter Me” is in the No. 1 spot on both lists, and the Piano Guys’ “Wonders” is No. 4 on the Classical Chart and No. 2 on the Classical Crossover Chart. Jackie Evancho’s “Awakening” is No. 7 on the Classical Chart and “He Is Risen” by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square was No. 17.

Gentri is also No. 45 on the Current Contemporary Christian Chart, according to a news release.

The album “Gentri” is a seven-song extended play, which includes five original songs, including the group's single “Dare.” The trio were in a production of “Les Miserables” together before forming Gentri in June 2014.

“Gentri” was produced by Stephen Nelson and is distributed by the Shadow Mountain Records label.