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GLORIANA RELEASES SECOND SINGLE “HOW FAR DO YOU WANNA GO?” TO RADIO

GLORIANA RELEASES SECOND SINGLE “HOW FAR DO YOU WANNA GO?” TO RADIO

Nashville, TN – Gloriana is about to wrap up their successful opening slot on Taylor Swift’s Fearless 2009 Tour October 11th in Minneapolis. The tour kicked off in April and had the band performing in 49 cities across the country. Now the four-some are releasing their much anticipated second single, “How Far Do You Wanna Go?” from their self-titled debut album to radio. The song showcases the band’s four-part harmonies, energy, and big sound that make the group so exciting on stage.

“We received so much support from fans and country radio for our debut single, which we are extremely grateful for,” said Mike Gossin. “The fans seem to be having a positive response to “How Far Do You Wanna Go?” on the road so it’s a really exciting time for us to get this song out to radio. It’s a great follow-up to “Wild At Heart” and also happens to be my favorite song on the album!”

“How Far Do You Wanna Go?” was written by Gloriana producer Matt Serletic, Jeffrey Steele, and Danny Myrick. The song has been a crowd favorite on the road with Taylor Swift. It follows their wildly successful debut single “Wild At Heart,” which landed in the Top 10 on country radio charts and was the best selling single by a new country artist in 2009 having sold over 350,000 copies to date.

Gloriana’s self-titled album, which debuted at #2 on the Billboard Country Album Chart and #3 on Billboard's Top 200, has already sold well over 100,000 copies since its release. The band made their first national television appearances at the end of August with performances on Good Morning America and the Today Show. Gloriana has been dubbed the biggest country debut artists of 2009.

For more information on Gloriana please visit: www.gloriana.com.

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