José Carreras, Plácido Domingo, and Luciano Pavarotti were known as The Three Tenors. The group first sang together at the 1990 FIFA World Cup finale. After captivating audiences worldwide with their performance, the group was began touring at arenas and stadiums. The Three Tenors brought classical and opera music to a wider audience and influenced a generation of new “popera” artists such as Andrea Bocelli, Jackie Evancho, and Josh Groban. The Three Tenors last concert was in Columbus, Ohio in September 2003.