One year after her win, Kimball recorded a solo album on Epic Records.
This album included songs that she had written with John Rich of Big & Rich, whom she met after a trip to Nashville.
She attended the Orange County School of the Arts , a charter performing arts school, where she studied musical theatre from 7th to 10th grade.
It was included on a March 2010 reissue of the band's debut album.
In early 2011, the group announced the release of a new single, "Wanna Take You Home", which acted as the lead-off single to their second studio album, A Thousand Miles Left Behind.
"Wanna Take You Home" was released to country radio on 28 March 2011, although she still appears in the "Wanna Take You Home" music video.
The song's music video, directed by TK Mc Kamy, was shot over the course of several days at a private residence outside of Nashville.
It is currently composed of brothers Tom Gossin and Mike Gossin (vocals, guitar); Cheyenne Kimball, who recorded one album for Daylight Records in 2006, was the group's mandolinist until her 2011 departure, and Rachel Reinert who was one of the group's two lead vocalists until her 2016 departure. The group's self-titled debut album, Gloriana, was released on August 4, 2009.