I don’t know why everyone’s not raving about AYO starring Voices of Glory in Branson because this show is incredible!
I went to see these three talented siblings perform this past Monday in Branson and I was simply blown away by the clarity, power and passion their voices carried through that theater.
The Voices of Glory consists of three very young siblings; Nadia, Avery and Michael ages 15, 18 and 22 but they sing with a sound that’s way beyond their years. Their musical story is a heart-wrenching one, filled with grief, joy, praise and love that they express perfectly with their voices.
The group’s show, AYO, is one of Branson’s half regular, half Christmas shows but I guarantee you’ll enjoy every minute of it as they delight you with a variety of music that they make their own.
It’s enjoyable just watching them up there onstage because they clearly have a blast singing and dancing their hearts out and they really are great at what they do.
This group has an awesome story, an awesome sound and an even more awesome purpose for what they do. The Voices of Glory just love sharing their music with all the Branson visitors, so make sure you stop by the Hughes Brothers Theater to meet them and see their show.
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The Hughes Brothers Theater is at 3425 W. 76 Country Blvd., Branson, next to the Mickey Gilley Theatre on the strip.