Welcome, RADIANCE! Twin sister duo, Ralonda Charniece and Rashonda Darniece, began to create, establish, and write their musical journey as performing artists in 1999. Beginning first at age 6 in a dance opening for a Greek show at historical Fisk University for the Sub Debs, a high school sorority, Radiance pursued a life long dream in the arts. They continued dancing in their youth as halftimers, dancers who dance at the halftime of basketball games, as well as being a part of a six female dance group called "Six of Hearts." They got a chance to do a local television commercial and later in July 1990 attended New York for a talent event in which the National Urban League sponsored. While in New York they attended the famous, "Apollo Theater" and stayed at New York's Columbia University. During youth, they were active as twirlers, runners, dancers, in concert and marching bands, choirs, praise teams, prayer ministry, dance ministry, oration, and writing. In 2000, they collectively built, managed, formed, and administered themselves as official independent performing artists and after a second name change, Ralonda Charniece and Rashonda Darniece became Radiance. Radiance was gifted in singing, music, writing, composing, and business in order to uplift their audiences while in the independent market of entertainment. From theaters, to television, rocking stages, colleges, schools, festivals, and churches, Radiance brought a message of celebration and conquering in everyday life, as well as for the Kingdom of God. Their gifts led them to the presence of many great stars, stages, awards shows, festivals, and other prominent opportunities. Radiance was 2009 and 2012 Nashville Independent Music Awards Nominees for Best Group, Best Album for The Beautiful One, and Best R&B/Hip Hop Group. They have had a chance to sing "The Star Spangled Banner" for the Nashville Sounds Baseball Game and The Nashville Rhythm American Basketball Association, rocked stages multiple times for Atlanta's Sweet Auburn Springfest, embraced stages such as the Bellsouth Acuff Theater and the Grand Ole Opry for a backup dance performance of the 2011 Stellar Awards, and television performances in ABC's and Country Music Television's Nashville television series, music videos, cafes, coffee houses, and clubs, just to name a few. They have independently recorded five CDs - a street release called, "How Many Times?," "Dance With Radiance," "The Beautiful One," "FLY," and "Changed To Reign." Somebody clap your hands because...it's Radiance!