Performing your favorite Classic Rock, Motown, Country &  Originals

Earl B Hall, One Man Band, variety singer, guitarist, Classic Rock, Country & Blues, Houston, Texas

Bio - Who is this?


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As a single performer, singer / song writer or with a backup band, Earl can only be described as a seasoned professional entertainer. Earl started performing professionally at the early age of 14 and has honed his skills over years of performing in some of the best regional, national and internationally touring acts in Texas, Canada and the U.S. (LOL!). Over the years, he was lucky or diligent enough to have been invited to play back-up or share the stage with numerous top recording artists such as, Dickey Betts (Allman Brothers), The Outlaws, Arc Angels, Stevie Ray, Diamond Rio, Travis Tritt, Delbert McClinton, Hank Jr., to name a few.

Earl has sometimes been referred to as a “New Earth Rocker”, especially since surviving a near death experience in 2011. That does not mean he is all woo woo. It means he has a unique ability to touch people's hearts, stir their soul and make them think outside the box. When appropriate, he may engage in a witty, and often humorous, banter with the crowd that inspires them and motivates everyone to speak their truth and act accordingly.

Since that experience, his song writing has almost exclusively been focused on inspiration, empowerment and, of course, higher love. During his performances, Earl shares some multi-dimensional experiences and insights that were validated for him when he crossed over and was ask by a high level being of love and light to return to Earth and share the message. These themes become apparent in his new song titles such as... Enuff Is Enuff, Stand Up (get up off your knees), Everything And More, I See Your Light and We Are Love.

Earl's recording career received a boost in 1978 when his self penned indie release of "Does it Have To Be The Same" starting to make some waves. He received a couple of Nashville Music City awards, 1981 Best Vocals. And with his 2nd release "Can't Forget I'm Still In Love With You" (1982), Best Song.

Over the years his opening act and band leader skills were honed by running various large house band venues (1000-2500 seats) that regularly booked touring recording artists.

These days, Earl has reduced the number of dates he performs, but can still be experienced locally, in Camp Verde and regionally around Northern Arizona, at corporate events, fairs, festivals, fund raisers, private parties, and an occasional pub or winery.


Earl B. Hall

vocals, lead & slide guitars, blues harp

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