The Hall Sisters

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Whether it’s a wistful journey through the songs of yesteryear or a toe tapping trip on the gospel train, the music of the Hall Sisters is classy, vivacious, and full of smiles. 

These four beautiful young sisters radiate old-school elegance, showcasing stunning harmonies, piano and strings. North Carolina natives, they are exceptional performers with voices to match their good looks. 

Jessica, the eldest, plays piano, sings a rich alto, and arranges for the group. She also coaches the close, advanced harmonies to perfection. Valerie, the playful youngest sister, contributes the top and bottom of the tonal spectrum: first soprano and cello. The two middle sisters, Natalie and Lydia, echo their place in the sibling order by filling in the musical middle: Natalie—a gentle soul with exceptional natural beauty— plays violin and sings second soprano, while the vibrant Lydia sings a gutsy alto and plays viola.  

“We didn’t recognize what we had, initially,” says Jessica. “It took inspiration and a lot of hard work to get us to where we are.” With appearances at the Grand Ole Opry House, the National Quartet Convention, and even Carnegie Hall, the Hall Sisters are an example of what practice and passion can deliver. 

Music has always been at the center of the Hall household, and their performances showcase that variety of sounds and styles. Soulful originals, crazy fun throwbacks, and inspiring hymns are just a sampling of their music-making. Whatever your artistic tastes, the Hall Sisters will sing and smile their way into your heart.