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The Hall Sisters have established themselves as one of the up-and-coming and premier 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 venues such as The Grand Ole Opry, Carnegie Hall with the Annie Moses Band, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the National Quartet Convention. The sound of Hall Sisters has been best described as a combination of the earthy vibe of Lady Antebellum and soulful harmony of the Carpenters blended with the energy of country pop.

The word synergy defines the quartet in that the combined output of their talents and musicality is greater than the sum of each individual part. A vocal/instrumental foursome of talented siblings, the Hall Sisters marry stunning harmonies along with a brilliance and excellence on their instruments to create an entirely unique sound. Together Jessica (alto/piano/guitar/mandolin), Natalie (soprano/violin/mandolin), Lydia (alto/viola/guitar), and Valerie (soprano/cello) complete the collaborative of The Hall Sisters. From their haunting rendition of Nature Boy to the nostalgic sound of American Honey to the high energy rendition of I’m Beginning to See the Light, The Hall Sisters bring to every performance music and a stage presence that will captivate and delight the audience.

Getting their start in 2007, the inherently gifted singers developed their craft under the coaching and tutelage of award-winning musical duo Bill and Robin Wolaver. Twice nominated for a Dove award for songwriting and award-winning composer/arranger/pianist, the Wolaver’s encouraged the sisters to pursue their passion and worked with them closely in Nashville on vocal and instrumental excellence, stage presence, and live performance.

“Music and song have a way of reaching into one’s heart like no other medium can”, says Jessica. “It is a privilege, and quite humbling really, to be able to have this opportunity to communicate and lift up the audience and those that listen to our music in this manner”.

Natalie echoes the thoughts of her sister when she says, “When we are on stage we have an opportunity to connect in a unique way with each member of the audience through our music and through our performance.” She goes on to say, “Our goal is to have each member of the audience feel encouraged, lifted up, and joyful after one of our concerts”.

And that is exactly how audience members throughout North Carolina and new venues nationally feel after attending one of their concerts. It’s no coincidence, of course, that their first full-length album completed in 2016 was titled “Smile”. The sisters have also released two Christmas EP's and one non-seasonal EP as well.

At the present time, the Hall Sisters are working with their new coaches in Nashville, TN creating and developing new music that will be sure to please audiences. This infusion of family, beauty, and flawless talent is an experience you don’t want to miss!