Gloriana
Gloriana
The country vocal group Gloriana began taking shape in 2007, when Tom Gossin and Mike Gossin -- two guitar-playing brothers who had been working as a duo in North Carolina -- moved to Nashville and met Rachel Reinert. The trio's vocal chemistry was obvious from the start, and they completed their lineup with the addition of singer/mandolinist Cheyenne Kimball, a former child prodigy who had starred in several TV shows (including her own MTV reality series) and briefly pursued a solo career with Epic Records. Together, the Gossin brothers, Reinert, and Kimball honed a commercial sound inspired by the likes of Fleetwood Mac, Alabama, and the California country-rock movement of the 1970s, with their four-part harmonies playing a central role.
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