Natalia, Christina and Hannah Morris Nab Eight-page Photo Spread
and join Lennon & Maisy and more for "Sister Act" profile
Nashville, TN (March 1, 2017)
Southern Halo: Natalia, Christina and Hannah on back cover of Feb/March issue
Country/Pop trio Southern Halo is featured in an eight-page fashion photo spread dubbed "Pretty Rugged" in Justine Magazine's current issue (Website | Facebook | Instagram). Shot by Lindsey Lissau at American Dream Safari's Indoor Trailer Park in Memphis, Tennessee, hair stylist Jeniffer Ericksen (Website | Instagram) and makeup artist Gypsy Nix (Website) mixed sweet and delicate looks with edgier clothing choices to create the perfect combo of rugged and ready-to-wear anywhere looks for these Mississippi sweethearts.
We’re going for gold in our Feb/March issue with cover girl @lzhernandez02! Follow all of her coverage with #JustineLaurie! pic.twitter.com/R4CgIzacvN— Justine Magazine (@justinemagazine) 27 January 2017
Southern Halo is also included in the current issue's "Sister Act" profile, which features trending musical siblings Chloe X Halle (opened for Beyonce's Formation World Tour), Lennon & Maisy (Nashville), Haim, The Church Sisters, Lily & Madeleine and Niki & Gabi.
"For us to share this feature with such well-known acts is phenomenally flattering," notes Natalia, Southern Halo's lead vocalist. "We're thrilled that the layout captures our 'work hard/play hard' philosophy."
Hannah, Natalia and Christina
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Southern Halo might be the hardest-working band around.
The trio just returned home from a busy week in Nashville at Country Radio Seminar 2017 where they videotaped PSAs for Children's Miracle Network, sang the "National Anthem" for Operation Troop Aid, performed for radio programmers at the Grassroots Suite, and enjoyed interviews with dozens of media outlets.
Next up is their U.K. performance debut with March dates set for London, Nottingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Newcastle.
The tour is in support of their infectious current single, "Living Like That."
They were featured in the February issue of the UK’s Country Music People Magazine
Sat 18th March 2017 - London, Upstairs at The Garage (20-22 Highbury Crescent, Highbury East N5 1RD) £11 Event with Jeannine Barry
Sun 19th March - Nottingham, Bodega (23 Pelham Street NG1 2ED) £11 Event with Journey Home
Mon 20th March - Manchester, Gullivers (109 Oldham Street M4 1LW) £11 Event
Tues 21st March - Glasgow, Hug & Pint (171 Great Western Road G4 9AW) £11 Event
Weds 22nd March - Newcastle, Jumpin’ Jacks (52 Clayton Street West NE1 4EX) Event
Label: Southern Halo Records
Album: 'Southern Halo'
Label: Southern Halo Music
ABOUT Southern Halo
Southern Halo is comprised of Natalia (principal songwriter, guitarist, lead vocalist), Christina (drums) and Hannah (bass). The Morris sisters hail from Cleveland, Mississippi in the heart of the musically-diverse Delta region.
Since landing in the National finals of the 2014 Texaco Country Showdown, Southern Halo has risen from regional to national acclaim and opened for Maren Morris, Love and Theft, Brantley Gilbert, Eric Paslay, Tyler Farr, Parmalee, Old Dominion, American Young and B.B. King.
Their CD, SOUTHERN HALO, was produced by 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). Last year, they made their CMA Music Festival debut with appearances on two separate stages, were named Nashville Universe's Vocal Group of the Year 2016, performed at an elite pre-GRAMMY Awards show on the rooftop terrace of the GRAMMY Museum ® at LA Live in Los Angeles, launched Townsquare Media's "Say It With Pepsi" Concert Series, and performed during the syndicated 63rd Annual Piedmont Natural Gas Nashville Christmas Parade television show. The band has forged partnerships with Gibson Guitar, Claire's, Vietti Chili and Radio Disney Country, and now hosts a weekly radio show, Hangin' With Halo, stateside (Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi) on powerhouse WDMS-FM and globally on CMR Nashville.
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