by Sandy Zimmerman
(Photos by Southern Halo Music)
Whether you love Classic Country, Southern Rock Country, Pop or “new” Country music, you’ll enjoy Southern Halo’s
great original musical blend- CPR: Country, Pop and Rock Music!
Watch the “Rewind” video and you’ll know the difference!
They added the perfect amounts of each of the musical styles with enough time to blend the elements together just like wineries have the skills in flavor balancing as they prepare different blends of their fine wines. The Southern Halo trio brings their own blends to the music.
They’re young, vivacious and so talented- Sisters Hannah, Christina and Natalie Morris are breaking through to become the new stars of today. The trio’s appearance in their “Rewind” video provides a showcase- over twenty-two jam packed action scenes to get to know them better and enjoy the moments of their new music.
“Rewind” moves quickly through the action scenes in the forest, on the beach, in the recording studio, at home, three on a hammock, riding a cart in a store with many more scenes of people having fun and of course seeing Hannah, Christina and Natalie performing.
“Rewind” opens with a close-up of a radio sitting on the ground in a forest as the scenes begin to appear, later just like the title, the scenes are rewound quickly to return to the forest.
With the three vivacious ladies and their exciting new “CPR” music, these are two reasons to join the new sound in the “Rewind” video.
The Southern Halo sisters first live performance was in Cleveland – at the Airport Grocery – when Hannah, the youngest, was just nine years old.
It’s a youthful, signature sound made immediately recognizable by the sweet sibling harmonies that are fast-becoming their trademark. The girls lay it all out on the line during their high-energy stage shows, honing their chops as openers for top-tier acts Brantley Gilbert, Eric Paslay, Tyler Farr, Randy Houser, John Michael Montgomery, Parmalee, Old Dominion, Jamie Lynn Spears, Craig Campbell, Uncle Kracker, Julie Roberts and B.B. King.
The stars aligned early for these three sisters: in 2014, Southern Halo made the National finals of the Texaco Country Showdown at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium® and recorded their first EP with Alabama’s Jeff Cook. Since then, they have headlined Sara Evans’ Rock The South Festival in Cullman, Alabama, walked the red carpet at the CMT Music Awards and secured an endorsement from Gibson Guitars. Earlier this year, the trio performed at an elite pre-GRAMMY Awards show on the rooftop terrace of the GRAMMY Museum ® at LA Live in Los Angeles and filmed a series for online distribution. They are featured on RADIO COUNTRY DISNEY and their music video can be seen on CMT, MTV and THE COUNTRY NETWORK. Southern Halo is one of a handful of all-female bands listed in a recent BILLBOARD article highlighting the next hottest Country music
“Rewind” airs on SPOTIFY and AMAZON.