Halo is embarking on a new musical journey, transitioning from a trio
to duo, with respected industry insider Cliff Downs (Wynonna Judd, B.J.
Thomas, Glenn Campbell) taking the production helm.
love and respect each other so much,” notes Nata Morris, lead singer,
guitarist and principal songwriter for the group. “When Hannah decided
she wanted to pursue her education and her passion for Interior Design,
Tinka and I celebrated with her and re-dedicated ourselves to our
passion, which is music.”
they say, when one door closes another opens, and the Morris sisters
didn’t hesitate to explore the other side. They’re adding a keyboard to
further showcase their instrumental versatility, and rehearsals are
underway as the group preps for a busy festival season. As always, the
talented siblings will continue to focus on their musicianship,
songwriting and vibrant harmonies, bringing afresh level of confidence and depth to the studio and their live performances.
with the duo, Downs has consistently encouraged them to break down
walls, claim their independence, and connect to their audience instead
of focusing on industry expectations. As a result, Southern Halo’s new
music is enhanced while retaining the core of its Southern Rock
grittiness and honest vulnerability.
drummer Tinka, the opportunity for change and growth is creatively
inspiring. “That’s the best part of the music business,” she observes.
“You never stop growing – and you’re not expected to. We were so young
when we started, but we’re in our 20s now, and the world is a different
place. Change can be good and we’re embracing it.”
Stay tuned for new music soon!
Photo Credit: Danielle Del Valle