Only Men Aloud
The choir was formed by Tim Rhys-Evans, a classically trained singer and former musical director of Welsh National Youth Opera. It has 19 members and is based in Cardiff.

Following Last Choir Standing, the choir signed a five-record deal with Universal Music and released their first album. They performed with Josh Groban at The Royal Variety Performance in 2008. The choir embarked on their first UK tour in April/May 2009 with singer and soap star Amy Nuttall joining them as a special guest. The performance at the Cardiff International Arena featured a one-off performance with Bonnie Tyler.

In October 2009, the choir held auditions at the Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff to find two new members to join them. Later that month the choir's second album, Band of Brothers, went straight to number one in the UK Classical Charts, where it remained for three weeks. The choir embarked on their second UK tour in December 2009. Their special guest was up and coming Welsh soprano, Gwawr Edwards.

Conductor: Tim Rhys-Evans Accompanist: Jeffrey Howard Choir: Tenor 1: Wyn Davies, Dave Fortey, Paul Rothwell, Tenor 2: Nick Bristow, Ross Leadbeater, David Mahoney, Dan Phillips, Hugh Strathern Nick Wayland-Evans, Baritone: Peter James Horton, Thomas Oliver, Aled Powys Williams, Dafydd Rhys Evans, Craig Yates Bass: Niall Allen, Tim Edwards, Stephen Hamnett, Andy Mulligan, Tim Nelson,

Previous members include David Thaxton (Les Miserables), Alan Winner (Gone With The Wind), Noel Sullivan (Hear'say) and Jon Robyns (Avenue Q & Les Miserables).