Voices of Glory ring in the New Year with their self-titled release of their Gospel album, “VOG Voices of Glory.”
More about VOG & Tate:
Tate Music Group sought to sign The Voices of Glory to its label after the three singers captured America’s attention on NBC’s America’s Got Talent. TMG will promote the group’s talent through performances, radio airplay, nationwide media exposure, and other events.
The Voices of Glory are a group of siblings whose unique style of singing harmonies makes them stand out. Michael, Avery, and Nadia started singing together in 2007 after their mother, Felicia, was in a head-on car collision by a drunk driver. She was seriously injured and in a coma. They serenaded their mother for months and she eventually came out of the coma and started rehabilitation. This wasn’t the end of the kids’ singing, however. They started traveling to nursing homes and other hospitals in an effort to help other patients. Participating in “America’s Got Talent,” the group made it to the top five out of more than 100,000 contestants.
In addition to signing with TMG, The Voices of Glory received a contract to headline their own show for one full year in Branson, Missouri, the location of which will be announced later this month. The show was combined with a 48-state tour, both began in April 2010. The Voices of Glory began 2010 performing on January 18 at the “World Famous Arena,” Madison Square Garden during a celebration for Martin Luther King. The performance took place during the New York Knicks game against the Detroit Pistons, and Michelle Harris—Director of Entertainment Marketing for the Knicks—had this to say:
“The Voices of Glory are an excellent group of young talent. With their beautiful harmonization, they were one of our top anthem performers this season. They are young professionals with strong work ethic and family values, and they were just lovely to work with. The Voices of Glory were the perfect act to help us celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.”