Hall Williams Band
Unique & Powerful
Pronounced /hôl/ as in a corridor, a passage, a way ie. hallway
The Hall Williams Band is based in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area. Their influences span a multitude of genres, and a lifetime of musical experiences.
When asked how to describe his music Hall loves to tell a story about how it was once described to him. “Sparkly” Upbeat, Positive, Roots, Real; thus, a genre, and a band were born.
HALL WILLIAMS is a longtime guitarist, mandolinist, songwriter and producer, originally from the Green Mountains of Vermont, now living in the Chesapeake Bay area. His music is based primarily on life experiences and crosses multiple genres and generations. It has a empathetic and familiar feel. Hall has performed hundreds of shows from the neighborhood bar to the 21 Anniversary of Woodstock on the original site, to the opening of the Reach at the Kennedy Center. He has fronted numerous bands, played and recorded with many artists. Over the years Hall has performed with or shared the stage with Ritchie Havens, Arlo Guthrie, Junior Marvin, Fuzzy Samuels, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, The Mavericks, Aquarium Rescue Unit, Jason Crosby, The Marcus King Band, Cabinet, Ron Holloway, Cris Jacobs, and many others.
The Hall Williams Band are always some of the finest musicians the Baltimore-Washington region has to offer, and Williams is honored every day to have them at his side. On Bass for over 20 years is Lorenzo Sands. Rounding out the line up are Josh Miller on Keyboards and Sean Alexander on Drums.