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Gloriana hangs at Nightclub City

Monday, November 22, 2010 – Gloriana teamed up with Booyah, a social web and mobile entertainment company, to be featured in the music discovery game on Facebook Nightclub City for the launch of their new "Nashville" location within the game.

Gloriana will be a featured artist in the first-ever country music playlist within Nightclub City. Players will now have the chance to create their own "Nashville" club where they will be armed with seven tracks from Gloriana's debut album including Wild At Heart, How Far Do You Wanna Go, The Way It Goes and Over Me Now.

Nightclub City allows fans to create their own personalized virtual nightclub and connects them directly to new artists and celebrities on Facebook. Since launch in April 2010, more than 15 million players have joined the party in Nightclub City. Users can also customize the look of their nightclub with decorative items and hire real-life Facebook friends as bartenders and bouncers.


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CD review - A Thousand Miles Left Behind Why did Cheyenne Kimball leave? It's the question Gloriana fans want answered: country music's "Who Shot JR?" And even the remaining band members may not know. What's for certain is that Kimball, the multi-threat 22-year-old vocalist, reportedly just stopped showing up for Gloriana tour dates. A few tweets later, the bridges were burned, right on the verge of this record's release. The bandmates went into revisionist mode, expunging all traces of their former ...
CD review - Gloriana It is interesting that Gloriana shares its name with a 1953 English opera, as they sound much the same --powerful, scripted and slightly overdramatic. The group's tight-knit harmonies are the crux of this 13-track album; they gorgeously weave and contrast strong 2-, 3- and 4-parts into almost every verse. Occasionally the group over sings, but then, they are fighting to be heard over layers of unneeded production. Given the ages of the foursome (teens to mid-20s), it's only natural ...


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