BRANSON, Mo. – The musical siblings who first became popular on America’s Got Talent in 2009 are appearing in a new show called “Ayo starring Voices of Glory” at the Hughes Brothers Theatre in Branson. Running from March through December, the show will feature gospel favorites and current songs with everything from pop to jazz.
Michael, Avery and Nadia Cole make up the Voices of Glory group of siblings, who started singing to their mother while she was in a coma from a car accident in 2007. After serenading their mother for months, she came out of her coma. The siblings have been singing together ever since.
The group most recently appeared in Branson as a featured act in “Andy William’s Christmas Show.”
“In ‘Ayo,’ we’re taking the audience on a journey of joy using song, dance, lights and the personalities of Michael, Avery and Nadia, backed up by a live band,” said Jason Hughes, owner of the Hughes Brothers Theatre.
The Hughes Brothers Theatre will co-produce “Ayo starring Voices of Glory.” The company recently produced the shows “it” and the “Hughes Brothers Christmas Show.” For more information, visit www.hughes-brothers.com.