Southern Halo Gains Momentum with 99.9 WFRE Performance

We haven’t seen a sister trio that was highly successful since SHEdaisy. Well, that’s all about to change. The Morris sisters are full of grace and humility. They make up a trio titled Southern Halo. They are extremely talented and growing a huge fan base with every single performance.

Frederick, Maryland’s country radio station 99.9 WFRE hosted a concert series at Champion Billiards Sports Bar on April 18th and I was honored to be there witnessing such fresh talent.

Adam Rutledge took the stage first. Acoustic sets are always nice and watered down. Rutledge performed songs such as “Rub A Little Dirt On It” as well as his current single “Love Kickin’ In.” The tracks were catchy and rather mainstream. His vocals flowed nicely with each song performed. His songs just made you feel good.

Southern Halo¬†is one of these groups that will hit you hard. You can’t deny their clear and dominant talent. Sisters, Natalia (lead singer) Christina (drummer) and Hannah (bass player) combine their sisterhood and talent on stage for one hell of a good show!

They credit artists such as Vince Gill and Prince as influences as well as other bad ass females like Selena Gomez. Their style and demeanor seem to target a lot of younger fans. They are the Taylor Swift of trios.

Their set consisted of some cover songs such as “Boondocks” by Little Big Town (where their harmonies were killer) and a dynamic performance of Guns N RosesSweet Child Of Mine.”

Southern Halo released a new album¬†comes out tomorrow and the ladies performed some of those tracks. “Tom Girl” and their current single “Anything Is Possible” were two that really stuck out to me. The album is titled Just Like In The Movies and it’s a nicely written album where lead singer Natalia co-wrote 10 of the 14 tracks. It’s a pop-inspired album but you can’t miss the southern accents that flow like a Mississippi creek.

Southern Halo produces fresh talent that will have you asking for more. From their highly-valued stage presence to their well-crafted harmonies, Southern Halo is rock solid.

For more info on upcoming shows from WFRE please visit their website.

I would love to hear what you think of sister trio Southern Halo – tweet me @brittwv and let me know!

Author: Brittany Vance

West Virginia born & bred living life in the DMV. I believe in kind hearts & strong drinks. Mom of two boys and Autism advocate. Music is not only powerful but magical. In the words of Merle Haggard: Good music will live forever. I am here to share that music with each of you.

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