Hi. As you can see, us three girls have a lot in common. We share the same date of birth (yes, that means we're triplets), red-hair, room, accent, parents, and brother. With all that said, you’d think we share personalities, but we couldn’t be farther apart. Nika, (baby sister) I’ll say fits her expected role. Too cute, goofy, funny, and always entertaining us with a goofy impression before we go onto the stage. My sisters would definitely describe me (Natalie) as the prissiest of the three. It works to their advantage if they need help with makeup or hair before the concert but to their disadvantage if my Type-A personality comes out and tries to fix it in front of everyone on stage. Nicole (oldest sister) is the most outgoing of us three. She likes big hair, cool clothes, and has an obsession with cheetah print. It all makes sense if you know her!! No, we don’t share each other’s clothes either because we usually don’t like them. Nika is usually wearing something with a cat on it. Nicole is usually wearing something bold, and I’m always in a dress.
The two things that hold us closest together are our music and faith. We are from the south, so yeah that definitely shows up too! I’ll admit it...my sisters and I don’t have it all figured out. If we did, we wouldn’t have any material for writing or singing songs. Each lyric comes from who we are, where we’ve come from, and who we want to be. Our common faith in Jesus Christ lets us know that it’s okay to not “know it all.” Just trust that He does. His blood on the cross is the true inspiration for our “Red Roots,” and our red hair is just a bonus!
A highlight of 2012 was being contestants on “The American Bible Challenge” (GSN) hosted by Jeff Foxworthy and Kirk Franklin. We were privileged to earn $5,000 for our charity “The Home of Grace” where we first started playing as a band. The album "Triplicity" has been recently nominated for a Dove Award. Thanks for allowing us to share our lives and hearts with you through our music, and whether or not you have red hair, you can have Red Roots too.
-- via http://theredroots.com