Gloriana’s Cheyenne Kimball Exits Band

Group plans to keep performing.

The group Gloriana has lost one member, as mandolin player/vocalist Cheyenne Kimball has decided to leave. No reason was given for her exit. Remaining members Rachel Reinert and brothers Tom and Mike Gossin have issued a joint statement about Cheyenne's departure. The statement reads as follows:

As you may have heard, Cheyenne Kimball chose to leave our band. We need you to know that Gloriana will absolutely continue on. We couldn’t imagine our lives any other way. We are 100 percent committed to all of you, our fans and supporters. As planned, we will debut our new music video this week and will continue touring and supporting [new single] "Wanna Take You Home" while finishing up our new album. We wish Cheyenne the best of luck in whatever lies ahead for her.

Much love,
Tom, Rachel and Mike
Gloriana

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