Race fans will be treated to a special prerace event, as country music group Gloriana will play a free concert for fans in Victory Plaza the morning of the June 2 FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race. The award-winning trio will also perform the national anthem for the day’s race.
Comprised of brothers Tom and Mike Gossin, along with Rachel Reinert, Gloriana broke onto the scene in 2009 with its self-titled album that featured the hit single “Wild at Heart.” The debut release earned the group the American Music Award for Breakthrough Artist in 2009 and the coveted Academy of Country Music Award for Top New Vocal Group in 2010.
Their sophomore album, “A Thousand Miles Left Behind,” was produced by Grammy Award-winning producer and songwriter Matt Serletic, and debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard Country Album Chart. The album’s first single, “(Kissed You) Good Night,” was the most played song by a group on country radio in 2012. Gloriana’s latest single, “Can’t Shake You,” is quickly climbing the radio charts, and the trio recently kicked off a yearlong, nationwide tour.
For more information on the rising country trio and to get up to date tour information, visit www.Gloriana.com.
Singer-songwriter Sara Haze, whose music has been featured in television shows such as “Safe Haven” and “The Hills,” will be the opening act for Gloriana’s morning concert. Haze, who recently signed a publishing deal with Universal Music, is currently writing and recording with Grammy Award-winning producer Paul Worley. To learn more about Haze, visit www.SaraHaze.com.
NASCAR returns to Dover International Speedway May 31-June 2, for the June 2 FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, the June 1 5-hour Energy 200 NASCAR Nationwide Series race and the May 31 Lucas Oil 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race.