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Hall Sisters bring fresh country sound to White Horse
The Hall Sisters are making a name for themselves as one of the premier up-and-coming acts in the country pop genre. While releasing multiple CD’s over the last few years and writing new material, the ensemble has also maintained a robust tour schedule, having performed at such notable venues as The Grand Ole Opry, Carnegie Hall, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the National Quartet Convention.
To that impressive list can be added the White Horse Black Mountain, where the sisters will appear on Saturday, Nov. 17 at 8 p.m.
A vocal and instrumental foursome of talented siblings, the Hall Sisters marry stunning harmonies with brilliance on their instruments to create a unique personal style.
The sound of Hall Sisters has been described as a combination of the earthy vibe of Lady Antebellum and soulful harmonies of the Carpenters, blended with the energy of country pop. Sisterly synergy powers the quartet, with the combined output of their talents and musicality making the the whole greater than any individual part.
Jessica (alto/piano/guitar/mandolin), Natalie (soprano/violin/mandolin), Lydia (alto/viola/guitar), and Valerie (soprano/cello) comprise the collaborative project that is The Hall Sisters. Songs such as “Nature Boy”, “American Honey”, “Sound of Silence”, and James Taylor’s “Carolina in My Mind” shine in the hands of these vivacious and naturally gifted musicians.
Since 2013, the Hall Sisters have released two Christmas EP's and one non-seasonal EP. In November of 2016, they completed their first full-length album, Smile, consisting of big-band music from the 1940s and 50’s, Andrews Sisters harmonies included.
Over ten years of performing and recording, the Hall Sisters have gained a devoted following in their home state of North Carolina and have expanded into new venues nationally. They’re currently working with their coaches in Nashville to create and develop new music.