Gloriana is returning home. Tom and Mike Gossin, who grew up in New Hartford, along with Rachel Reinert, will play for a hometown crowd at Wild West FrogFest & Rodeo and Mike says they're pumped. “It’s been a while since we’ve done anything back home. So we’re really looking forward to it.” Before looking forward, take a look back at where the Gossin brothers started with these adorable kid pictures from the family photo album. Thanks mom!

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Coming Home

The Gossin brothers love being on stage but coming home is always special for them. “Every show is important but the hometown shows a just a little more special. There’s always friends and family in the crowd, plus all the people that supported Tom and I growing up there."

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Young Musicians

Tom and Mike have been playing guitar and singing since a young age. Captain Trips Rain Forest Preserve is a familiar place for Mike. “I was playing gigs there when I was 16 years-old on a school night. (Thank you mom for allowing me to do that.) Tom and I would play all over the place.”

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Maryann Toukatly Witte/Getty Images

FrogFest

Did the Gossin brothers career begin because of girls? “We did the sport thing too. Tom was really good at baseball. I played a little bit of basketball. But we found out we weren’t that good at sports and we weren’t going to get any chicks that way, so we picked up a guitar and here we are. Things are going pretty well.”

See Gloriana at FrogFest June 13th, at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds, presented by White’s Farm Supply.


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