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Southern Halo


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    Living like That
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    Anything is Possible
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    I Think Too Much
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    Little White Dress
Music was central to the Morris sisters as they grew up amid the flat farmlands of Cleveland, Mississippi, because, Natalia jokes, “all our friends in elementary school played soccer and football — and none of us was ever any good at sports.” She started piano lessons at age 6.
Then, at age 10, when she began playing her dad’s old guitar after finding it in his closet, her younger sisters were inspired to get into their own instruments, with Christina (“Tinka”) choosing drums and the youngest, Hannah, getting into bass guitar.
Being children of the Delta, they were inspired first by the blues artists they heard in nearby venues. They rehearsed, with Christina leading the way in fashioning their vocal blend. By ages 9, 10 and 12, they were being booked to appear at nearby blues festivals. But, they also listened to and learned from other genres, especially harmony-oriented groups such as The Beach Boys, The Mamas & the Papas, The Eagles and Fleetwood Mac.
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 Dionne Warwick, Brantley Gilbert, Eric Paslay, Maren Morris, Deana Carter, Love and Theft, Tyler Farr, Randy Houser, John Michael Montgomery, Parmalee, Old Dominion, Craig Campbell, Deanna Carter and B.B. King.


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