Southern Halo Opens For Deana Carter

Sister trio Southern Halo shared the bill with Deana Carter this weekend at the sold-out Livingston Live concert held at Livingston Live Festival Grounds in Flora, MS.

The band is in the studio this week in Nashville working on their upcoming album…

The Morris sisters hail from the small town of Cleveland, Mississippi in the heart of the Delta, the home of Blues and Rock & Roll.  Natalia (principal songwriter, guitarist, lead vocalist), Christina (drums) and Hannah (bass) are Southern Halo…and they’ve created their own signature sound that offers a blend of multiple Country styles, current Alt. Pop vibes and a dash of Southern Rock.  It’s youthful, energetic music – made immediately recognizable by the sweet familial harmonies that have become Southern Halo’s trademark.  Noted music critic Robert K. Oermann of MusicRow Magazine says the sisters “harmonize like angels.”

In addition to their incredible harmonies, the girls lay it all on the line with high-energy stage shows during opening sets for top-tier acts and as headliners.  To date, they’ve kicked off shows for Warwick, Brantley Gilbert, Eric Paslay, Maren Morris, Love and Theft, Tyler Farr, Randy Houser, John Michael Montgomery, Parmalee, Old Dominion, Jamie Lynn Spears, Craig Campbell, Uncle Kracker, Julie Roberts, American Young and B.B. King.

Last year they made their CMA Music Festival debut with appearances on two separate stages, were named Nashville Universe’s Vocal Group of the Year 2016, performed at an elite pre-Grammy Awards show in Los Angeles, and launched Townsquare Media’s “Say It With Pepsi” Concert Series.

They returned to CMA Music Festival again this year, and have enjoyed a jam-packed schedule since then.

For a complete list of tour dates and more information on Southern Halo, visit their website and follow them on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.


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