Voices of Glory | The Falcon | Music | Chronogram Magazine


Voices of Glory

When: Thu., Jan. 2, 7 p.m. 2014

The Voices of Glory are a group of siblings whose unique style of singing harmonies makes them stand out. Michael, 21 Avery, 17; and Nadia Cole, 14, started singing together in 2007 after their mother, Felicia, was in a head-on car collision with a drunk driver, which landed her in an eight month coma. They serenaded their mother for months and she eventually came out of the coma and started rehabilitation. They started traveling to nursing homes and other hospitals in an effort to help other patients. Then came the NBC hit, "America's Got Talent*" in 2009, where the group beat out more than 100,000 hopefuls and made it to the top five. This was very important to Voices Of Glory because they wanted to show their family and fans how much they had inspired them. Parents across America had hoped this talented trio would make it to the finals and they got their wish. It's inspiring how these kids faced adversity with hope and a positive attitude.

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