Cutting-Edge Country Trio SOUTHERN HALO Fast-Forwards Career With New Single, "Rewind," & Taste Of Country Video Premiere
To Kick Off Townsquare Media's KICK 97.9FM 
"Say It With Pepsi" Concert Series July 12
"Talent must run in the family because these three ladies are amazing!"
- Cary Rolfe, The Country Network (TCN)
"Southern Halo ... wow!!!" Mark my word they WILL be a household name soon ...
 the real deal!!"- Bev Moser, Digital Rodeo TV

Nashville, TN (June 29, 2016) - The cutting-edge Country trio SOUTHERN HALO hits "fast-forward" on their career with the release of their new single, "Rewind," and an exclusive video premiere today on Taste of Country. The track, from their self-titled debut CD released last fall, is available for purchase on iTunes, AmazonSpotify and other popular online retailers. 

Entering the MusicRow CountryBreakout™ Chart last week, the single is described by Music News Atlanta's Rick Moore as "One of the feel-good Country singles of 2016 ... (by) the trio of teenage sisters whose remarkable harmonies put them in the company of Lady Antebellum and Little Big Town."
SOUTHERN HALO made their CMA Music Festival performance debut earlier this month with a jam-packed schedule that included an impressive acoustic performance on the CMA's Music City Stage.  The sisters co-hosted WTVF-TV's two-hour-long Morning Show on Nashville's historic Riverfront, taped TCN's (The Country Network's) Live at the Whiskey Bent Saloon and On The Couch, plus filmed an appearance for Young Country TV.  Additionally, the trio performed live for Heartland TV's Coffee, Country & Cody, and signed autographs galore.  They capped off the week with a performance on the Radio Disney Country Stage
Designed to have a feminine "Mark Twain" feel, the playful companion music video was shot on an island in the Mississippi River near Warfield Point Park in Greenville, MS.  Filled with images of the sweet Southern life, the clip contrasts the demands of the girls' professional lives with their natural desire to be normal teenage girls - and have fun.  Produced by Heather Mathews (WHEN COTTON BLOSSOMS, A STONE'S THROW) and co-directed by Heather and James Mathews (SPIDERMAN, SWORDFISH), this is their second outing with the band since the video for "Little White Dress."
Short-listed in's insightful feature on trending all-female bands, SOUTHERN HALO has recently enjoyed media coverage on  Radio Disney Country, WREG-TV (Memphis), Parcbench, and WTVF-TV.  
Since landing in the National finals of the 2014 Texaco Country Showdown, these Mississippi Delta natives have worked hard honing their craft.  They've gone from regional to national acclaim and opened for Brantley Gilbert, Eric Paslay, Tyler Farr, Randy Houser, John Michael Montgomery, Parmalee, Old Dominion, Craig Campbell, Julie Roberts, American Young and B.B. King.  They visited radio stations around the country in support of their debut single, "Little White Dress," and continue to perform shows regularly.  On July 12, SOUTHERN HALO will launch Townsquare Media's KICK 97.9 FM "Say It With Pepsi" Concert Series in Quincy, Illinois. 
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A soulful sister trio hailing from the small town of Cleveland, Mississippi, SOUTHERN HALO features Natalia, Christina and Hannah Morris. Natalia, 19 years old, is the principal songwriter, guitarist and lead vocalist, while 17-year-old Christina plays drums. Younger sister Hannah, who just turned 16, is the group's bassist.  They recorded their first EP with Alabama's Jeff Cook, and their fall 2015 CD, SOUTHERN HALO, with SESAC's 2012 Writer of the Year Catt Gravitt (Kelly Clarkson, Jake Owen) and Gerald O'Brien (writer of hits for Martina McBride, Trace Adkins) at the helm.  Since then, they have headlined Sara Evans' Rock The South Festival in Cullman, Alabama, 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. 

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