The Oh Hellos and Joseph spread the sibling love and harmonies at The Observatory

The Oh Hellos

Last night at The Observatory in Orange County, there was a lot of sibling love culminating through the air. Brother and sister duo The Oh Hellos took to the stage in support of their new album, Dear Wormwood. But before charming us with their sweet tunes, the band Joseph warmed up the crowd with their beautiful sultry harmonies. These three sisters from the Pacific Northwest captivated the audience from the moment they stepped onto the stage. With stunning vocals, wholesome lyrics and an enchanting stage presence, Joseph had our undivided attention.

After falling in love with the rich harmonies of Joseph, we were now primed for The Oh Hellos. The duo was welcomed to the Observatory by a cheering crowd with thrilled smiles plastered across their faces. Accompanying The Oh Hellos was an army of musicians. From instruments such as the accordion to the guitar and banjo, this group shared something very special. Giving fans a taste of their new record Dear Wormwood, The Oh Hellos also served up a keen selection of hits from their 2012 release Through The Deep, Dark Valley. The group played many fan favorites that the whole audience danced and sang along to. It was definitely a feel-good show that won’t soon be forgotten.

Words & Photography: Danielle Gornbein

The Oh Hellos
The Oh Hellos

The Oh Hellos
The Oh Hellos

Joseph band
Joseph

Joseph band
Joseph

Joseph band
Joseph

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