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Gloriana announces new single

Wednesday, September 5, 2012 – Gloriana will release their brand new single, Can't Shake You, to radio on Sept. 10.

The single, written by Tom Gossin, Stephanie Bentley and James Slater, is from the band's second studio album "A Thousand Miles Left Behind."

"Can't Shake You is about not being able to shake somebody from your mind after a break-up," said Gossin. "Most people have been in this situation and can relate. It has certainly become a fan favorite out on the road so we are excited to get it to radio."

The new single is the follow-up to their Gold certified hit single (Kissed You) Good Night. The trio recently recorded a special acoustic version of the brand new single in Nashville, along with the songwriters Bentley and Slater.

Gloriana is currently out on the road performing headlining shows. "A Thousand Miles Left Behind" was released July 31 on Emblem Music Group/ Warner Bros. Records.

Tour dates are:

Sept. 8 Frankfort, IN 65 Alive Festival

Sept. 14 Toledo, OH University of Toledo

Sept. 16 Windsor, VA Isle of Wright County Fair

Sept. 20 Harrisonburg, VA James Madison University

Sept. 21 Baltimore, MD PBR Baltimore/Power Plant Live!

Sept. 22 Farmingville, NY Brookhaven Amphitheater

Sept. 27 Lincoln, NE University Of Nebraska

Sept. 29 Winchester, KY Lykins Park

Oct. 5 Cumming, GA Cumming County Fair & Festival

Oct. 6 Morehead City, NC NC Seafood Festival

Oct. 7 Lancaster, PA Turkey Hill Fall Festival

Oct. 9 Las Vegas, NV KCYE "Fan Jam"

Oct. 12 Mount Olive, NC Mount Olive College

Oct. 13 Pembroke, NC Givens Performing Arts Center

Oct. 20 Texarkana, TX Texas A&M University - Lake Stage

Oct. 27 Maricopa, AZ Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino

Nov. 8 Davie, FL The Round Up

Nov. 10 Bradenton, FL Joyland Nightclub

Nov. 11 St. Augustine, FL Old City Music Fest

Nov. 14 Salt Lake City, UT Salt Lake City Convention Center

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Gloriana CD review - Gloriana
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