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GLORIANA OFFERS FANS FREE DOWNLOAD OF “SOLDIER SONG” IN CELEBRATION OF INDEPENDENCE DAY

GLORIANA OFFERS FANS FREE DOWNLOAD OF “SOLDIER SONG” IN CELEBRATION OF INDEPENDENCE DAY

NASHVILLE, TN – (June 29, 2011) – In celebration of Independence Day and all the men and women who serve or have served in the military Gloriana will release “Soldier Song,” from their forthcoming album, as a free download for one week exclusively through Facebook. Beginning tomorrow, June 30th until Thursday, July 7th fans can download “Soldier Song” by going to http://facebook.com/gloriana. The song, written by Tom and Mike Gossin and multi Grammy Award winning producer Matt Serletic, was inspired by the band’s experience during their trip overseas to perform for the troops stationed in the Middle East and Europe in November.
Gloriana, whose current single “Wanna Take You Home” is climbing the country charts, also asked fans to submit photos of friends and family members in the service for a special video that was created for “Soldier Song.” The video will also be available exclusively at http://facebook.com/gloriana from June 30th to July 7th.

“After our trip overseas we were so inspired by the military men and women we met,” said Mike Gossin. “We wrote “Soldier Song” to show our gratitude and give something back to all the service men and women out there. The timing couldn’t be better than 4th of July weekend to celebrate this song by releasing it to our fans.”

Gloriana recently took time out of their busy touring schedule to shoot the video for “Wanna Take You Home” in Nashville, which will premiere in mid-July. The foursome are currently on the road performing at Festivals and Fairs across the country in support of their forthcoming second studio album on Emblem Music Group/ Warner Bros. Records. Fans can get up to date information on the tour, with shows being added, by going to www.Gloriana.com.

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