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Kia Muze / Press

“sounds like a young Martha Reeves”

Founder of Motown Records - Berry Gordy

““And spirituals such as ‘How Blest We Are’ will help make stardom an inevitability for Kia Glover”-- ”

John Moore - The Denver Post

““Kia Glover, who plays the Seward’s maid-with-a-mind-of-her-own, Nelly, for one of the show’s standout numbers. Let me tell you, this woman can really, really sing. She belongs on a smoky nightclub stage singing the blues…one of the evening’s musical highlights.” ”

Sanibel Island Sun

““Another powerful and touching song is “Keepin out of Mischief” by Kia Glover, a lyric which reveals her sense of vulnerability in a deceptive affair, while at the same time suggesting she has her own secrets to hide.”--”

Laurence J. Sasso, Jr. - The Observer

““though Kia L. Glover can swing her red sequined handbag as surely as she swings her hips on “How Ya Baby”……”her pretty soprano invokes innocence regained in ‘Keepin out of Mischief Now“-- ”

Carolyn Clay - The Providence Pheonix

“ “Kia Glover gives a beautifully shaded reading of the gospel tune ‘How Blest we Are’” ”

William Bierman - Akron Journal

““Lanky Kia Glover who had it all together for “Keepin Out of Mischief” had some of the best dance moves”-- ”

Channing Gray - The Providence Journal

“[Kia's] voice is a sign! Music is better now!”