Leading up to the highly anticipated release, the Voices of Glory - siblings Michael, 17, Avery, 14, and Nadia, 10 - will be making their rounds at a number of key events this spring, beginning with a slot as presenters and performers during the pre-show of gospel music's biggest night, the 41st Annual GMA Dove Awards, which will air live at 8 p.m. on the Gospel Music Channel.
The following morning, Thursday, April 22, the trio will go back to its' roots as they take time from their busy schedule to visit and sing to patients and families at the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt, one of Music City's leading healthcare providers.
The group, which beat out more than 100,000 hopefuls to land in the Top 5 of NBC's top-rated America's Got Talent, got its start in 2007 following a near-fatal head-on collision their mother, Felicia Cole, had with a drunk driver. Seriously injured and in a coma, the Cole kids serenaded their mother for eight months until she eventually recovered.
That heart-warming story and the siblings' unmatched melodic and harmonic prowess led to their vertiginous stint on America's Got Talent, later opening the doors for a recording contract, their own music show in Branson, Missouri, and an opportunity to sing before a crowd of more than 18,000 in Madison Square Garden, among other benchmarks.
"We want to go as far as we possibly can and let God take us wherever he wants to," says Michael Cole of his hopes for the group and their music. "Just let Him, let us be his instruments and just allow us to go as far as possible."
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One of the youngest, most prodigious singing trios to grace the reality-TV circuit, the Voices of Glory rose to prominence during the 2009 season of NBC's America's Got Talent, where they captured the hearts of the judges and the rest of country to end up in the show's Top 5. Their self-titled debut is set to release in the summer of 2010 on Tate Music Group.
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