Shari Rowe released her newest single, “Southern Spells” to country radio May 22nd. Full of bluegrass and traditional country roots, along with plenty of fiddle. Rowe debuted her single with an interview and acoustic performance of “Southern Spells” on KGUN Channel 9‘s Tucson Morning Blend. She also performed on AZTV’s Sandy & Friends in Prescott, Arizona. Rowe will visit 95.1 KTTI, Yuma’s Hot Country in Yuma, Arizona and 92.9 KAFF Country’s in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Rowe revealed this song isn’t exactly new for her. It was recorded years ago for an Indie project. After playing it at shows, this fan favorite was a song Rowe “had to” record. Co-written by fellow Arizonian Nick Orso. Rowe headed to Nashville to record “Southern Spells” at the Grammy award-winning studio The Rukkus Room.
Reflective of its cover, this mystical tune tells the tale of a Southern Belle. This song is bound to captivate listeners with its rich lyrics. “Southern Spells” warns southern towns to watch out for this Southern Belle,
Oh she’ll take you for a ride straight to hellUnless you can guard your eyesFare thee well the southern spell