In 2014 the trio became the youngest artists to compete in the Texaco Country Showdown. Since then, they’ve opened for a host of top-tier acts, including B.B. King, Love and Theft, Brantley Gilbert, Maren Morris, Old Dominion, Randy Houser and Eric Paslay.
Southern Halo’s vibrant harmonies and finely tuned performances have thrilled crowds in the U.K., at CMA Music Fest (2018, 2016), Townsquare Media’s Say It With Pepsi Concert Series, 2018’s High School Nation Tour, Nashville’s Bluebird Café and more.
Their debut EP (produced by Alabama’s Jeff Cook) was released in 2014. In 2015, top Nashville songwriters Gerald O’Brien and Catt Gravitt produced the group’s first full-length project. Their current CD, Just Like In The Movies (O’Brien/Gravitt, 2018), has already generated two MusicRow CountryBreakOut™ chart Top #25 hits.
The groove-oriented, electrified wave of sound that is Southern Halo’s newest charting single, “Sunshine,” was released in April. The track explodes with the group’s adept musicianship and dynamic sibling harmonies. A companion music video was released in June.