Royal South, Cry Cry Review
Royal South is the name of a thought-provoking new country trio featuring SaraBeth, Glen Mitchell, and Vickie Vaughn. Between the three members, each is an artist in their own right, they each have chart topping songs, Grand Ole Opry performances, industry awards, a fiercely loyal social media following, and world tours since forming in 2017. Royal South is the perfect storm for the creation of a Nashville powerhouse. Excellent song writing and beautifully conceived three part harmonies that adorn any tune they tackle. Based in Nashville, Tennessee. The Texas, London, and Kentucky natives have attracted the attention of renowned producer, Paul Worley, who produced the Dixie Chicks, Lady Antebellum, The Band Perry, and Martina McBride to name a few. Royal South is releasing their single, “Cry, Cry.” The single has quickly been met with success having already topped #1 on the UK Country iTunes Chart as well as securing the #2 spot on the US New Country iTunes Chart, an impressive feat for the independent group. Written by the late Andrew Dorff, the promising single showcases the trio’s undeniable three-part harmonies and chemistry between them.
Cry Cry (single)
Release Date: January 18, 2019
Circle S Records
The three-part harmony is excellent. The song’s lyrics, form and melody are well-constructed and flow. Royal South is the real deal.