Hall Williams Band
Unique & Powerful
Do You Ever Wonder
Featuring Jason Crosby on Violin, Justin Taylor on Keyboards, Mary Lankford on background vocals, Rodney Dunton on Drums, and Lorenzo Sands on Bass
What You Believe
Jammin at WTMD First Thursdays
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 primarly on life experiances and crosses multiple grene and generations. It has a empithetic and familer feel. Hall has performed hundred of shows from the neighborhood bar to the Opening of the Reach at the Kennedy Center. He has fronted numerous bands, played and recorded with many great artist including, Robert Randolph, Junior Marvin of Bob Marley and the Wailers, Fuzzy Samuels of CSN&Y, Jason Crosby from Jackson Browne , Phil Lesh and Bob Weir bands as well as Jazz Sax legend Ron Holloway.. Hall comes as a solo performer as well which can be great for small events and supporting other bands.
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.
“The Hall Williams Band is the latest super group from the Baltimore-DC area that should be added to your listening queue…..Although they characterize themselves as a blend between The Dave Matthews Band, ALO, The John Butler Trio, and The Jerry Garcia Band, their sound is distinctly unique. While there are noticeable elements of inspiration borrowed from other talents, once The Hall Williams band gets grooving, their sound is entirely their own” Abbie Ginis -DC Music Review
”Hall Williams inspiration for many of the songs that he writes is his wish to uplift people and make them dance…Hall Williams wish for a peaceful world is evident through his serene music, and is the perfect music to dance to live on a sunny day. We’re glad the band decided to book a tour in 2018 — keep your eye out for many performances in Baltimore and other cities.” Elise Olmstead- Jamwich
2019-The Opening of the The Reach at the Kennedy Center For Performing Arts.
2018 – Hot August Blues with Marcus King Band and Revivalist
2017 – WTMD First Thursdays with Marcus King Band and The Mavericks
2016 – Multiple appearances with Robert Randolph and the Family Band
The Hall Williams Band always delivers a positive uplifting live show. With a trove of original music at their disposal they still love playing crowd loving covers. They work closely with the venues and promoters to bring out the best for their fans. They are professional, mature and easy to work with.