ANNOUNCEMENT! Harmony Roads Book & EP called "Echo: Reaching for Authenticity" is available in our online shop and events! The book answers the consistently asked question, "How does your family stay so close?" and lends a few family recipes and exclusive material made just for the reader. The Extended Play includes four brand new digitally released songs and the lyrics can be found within the pages of the book! Each song will be released at the beginning of every season in 2020.
Harmony Roads (formerly Beyond the Veil) was formed over 15 years ago as a small "sister act". Since that time, the female-fronted group has shared the stage with notable national artists Jaci Velasquez, Dove nominated artist Krystal Meyers, rock legend Skillet, singer Coffey Anderson, plus many others. Composing all of their own music, filled with telling lyrics and haunting melodies which strike a chord with today's generation, the trio appeals to people of all ages and is a favorite for National Anthem performances. Lead vocals and keys are covered by Brittany Turner. Lending harmony as well as a driving beat on the drums is the middle sister, Miriah Turner. Rounding out the complex three part harmonization and playing backup percussion is the youngest sister, Sierra Turner.
"Where I've Been" (2015) is a re-release of Beyond the Veil's "Spoken" (2012) under the new name Harmony Roads featuring two new songs, "Where I've Been" and instrumental, "Bare November Days" that Brittany wrote when she was 15 years old and walked down the aisle to in her wedding. The trio has had a great 15 years creating and performing music, traveling and meeting new people and this album tells exactly where they've been and how they're looking forward to continuing on the yellow brick with "heels high and lips read."
In 2020 the family will release, "Echo" A Harmony Roads EP along with their book, "Echo: Reaching for Authenticity" available now!