Award-winning vocal group Voices Of Glory added another distinction to their growing list of accolades with the recent third place finish at the Allstate Gospel SuperFest in Indianapolis, IN. The NBC-TV’s America’s Got Talent finalists bested most competitors in the regional contest after performing “On Your Knees,” as written by their uncle and aunt Donald and Tamara Cole.
Since the SuperFest, said group manager Gerard Cole, siblings Michael, Avery and Nadia Cole continue to stay busy touring and performing.
“Voices Of Glory delivered a strong performance at the Allstate event,” Cole said. “I appreciated the opportunity presented by SuperFest Executive Director Dr. Bobby Cartwright for VOG to participate. I think it motivated VOG to keep pushing and working hard in establishment of their music and ministry,” he said.
“We wanted to share with viewers how much we’ve grown as artists,” said Michael Cole II. “The people of Indianapolis made us feel so welcome; at the same time, the competition inspired us to keep working hard at what we love to do.”
The vocal group – which is also nominated as semi-finalist for The Best Is Yet To Come Ministries’ 2011 Trio Of The Year Award, and the Inspirational Country Music Award Show’s Youth In Music Award – is hopeful additional benefits will result from the competition.
“It’s like we planted seeds at Allstate, and now we want to do all we can for them to grow even bigger,” said Avery Cole.
“We are working hard so we can continue to establish our music and our music ministry,” said Nadia Cole. “God has given us an amazing opportunity to make a difference,” she said.
Ironically, doing what VOG loves began with heartache.
In 2005, their mother Felicia Cole, was left in a coma for 8 months after being hit head-on by a drunk driver. At the urging of their father Michael Cole, the children sang at her bedside in the hopes that she would recognize their voices and awaken.
With their mother’s continued recovery, the talented trio continues to inspire an increasing audience of millions.
To learn about VOG’s performance and ministry schedule, visit https://vogofficial.wordpress.com or see below:
September 4th 6-6:30pm: VOG will kickoff the live telecast of the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon.
August 16, 2011 at TBD: VOG will be worshipping and performing at the Assembly Of God Headquarters Chapel at 1445 N Boonville Ave, Springfield, MO 65802-1894. For more info, call (417) 862-2781 or visit http://ag.org/top/.
September 11, 2011 at 9am: In honor of the victims of September 11,
VOG will be worshipping and performing at the Batterfield Assembly located at 5154 S State Highway FF, Battlefield, MO 65619-9200. Call (417) 882-1116 for more information.
September 11, 2011 at TBD: In honor of the victims of September 11, VOG will be performing at Branson Landing. For more info visit www.bransonlanding.com or call (417) 882-1116.
September 12-17, 2011 at TBD: VOG will be showcasing at the Louisville Kentucky National Quartet Convention and for a major record label showcase.
September 24-25, 2011 from 12-1:30pm: VOG will be performing at Branson Landing. For more info visit www.bransonlanding.com or call (417) 882-1116.
October 7, 2011 at TBD: VOG will be performing in Fort Scott, Kansas.
Every Tuesday from 5:30-7pm: VOG will be performing at the Night Light “The Beacon Of Branson located at 3044 Shepherd of the Hills Expy, Branson, MO. Call 417-593-3451 for more information.
Every Wednesday from 5:30-7pm: VOG will be performing at the Night Light “The Beacon Of Branson located at 3044 Shepherd of the Hills Expy, Branson, MO. Call 417-593-3451 for more information.
Every Friday from 6-8pm: VOG will be hosting “The Rod Lawrence Show Presents Who’s Got the Beat Talent Showcase” at a venue TBD.
Every Friday from 8:30-10p: VOG will be performing at a venue TBD.
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