Hallie Spoor
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Hallie Spoor

New York City, New York, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF

New York City, New York, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2014
Band Folk Singer/Songwriter





Hallie Spoor

​The Brave Ones
self-released; 2017

4.0 out of 5

By Dan Weston

Hallie Spoor is an artist from Denver, Colorado who recently released a ten-song album entitled The Brave Ones. The album was a labor of love that was done DIY with the help of a number of people.

I really enjoyed the album for a number of reasons. Perhaps the most unique aspect were the vocals. Spoor has a fantastic voice and in a lot of ways it feels traditional and not something you hear as often these days. Her voice is thick and powerful and not particularly dainty like a lot of popular women singers that I have heard in a similar genre. It was honestly a bit refreshing and felt particularly relevant with the current times we live in. I wouldn't say she sounded that similar to Stevie Nicks but that same kind of authority and ability to entrance you is there.

Up first is “More to the Sky Than Blue” which is a highlight. The instrumentation is funky and empowering. I liked the guitars and fell in love with the horns. What a way to kick off the album. Soulful, honest and heartfelt.

There is a change of pace with “At All” which starts with a guitar and vocals. You can hear the nuances in her voice and I thought it was a smart decision to follow up the opener with this more mellow and reflective track.

The pace picks up with the title track while the vocals harmonies are absolutely beautiful on “Colorado Song.” As the album progresses that’s really the two camps that the songs fall into. There are more upbeat and lively songs and more stripped back songs which put the emphasis on the vocals.

This is a great album that works for some many reasons. The sequencing, songwriting and production are all there. Don’t miss this one. - Divide and Conquer Music


Hallie Spoor is a Denver-raised singer and songwriter who focuses on folk/rock music. The first song we heard by Spoor was the live version of “Where It Used Be” and we were immediately drawn in by her raw, Joni Mitchel-esque voice. Her lyrics are personal and made even more vulnerable by her strong and eclectic voice. She is currently promoting her debut album, The Brave Ones, which will be released sometime this June. If you’re a fan of confessional lyrics and a strong, powerful voice — then Spoor is your girl. We’re eagerly anticipating this artist’s album release and have a feeling this folk singer will be making waves throughout Denver soon. - 303 Magazine

"Hallie Spoor Set To Release Debut Record At Denver's Syntax This Friday (08/04)"

Hallie Spoor, the folky singer/songwriter born and bred in Colorado and currently based in Denver, will be headlining Syntax Physic Opera this Friday, August 4th for her debut record release show. And I for one, could not be more stoked. Why is that you ask? Three words: Those. Pipes. Though.

Upon listening for the first time, you can’t help but be immediately drawn to the range of Spoor’s voice. Often described as “an old soul” whose sound may remind you of powerful folk ladies who’ve come before her, like Joni Mitchell or Sheryl Crow, Hallie Spoor might just be the Adele of Americana. You’ll know exactly what I mean with tracks like “Till I See You Again.”

Beyond her impressive vocal range, Spoor’s tunes just make you feel good. She rocks the smooth, upbeat, Americana, easy-listening sound that so often define one element of popular Colorado music. This is most evident in her tune, “More To The Sky Than Blue,” which I recommend listening to. The simple rhythm, along with that acoustic/electric lead duo in this track, all accompanied by her amazing voice bleed awesome vibes that are definitely worth seeing live. - bolderbeat


Still working on that hot first release.



"If you’re a fan of confessional lyrics and a strong, powerful voice — then Spoor is your girl." (303 Magazine) Folk/ Rock singer-songwriter Hallie Spoor is often described as an "old soul". With a voice reminiscent of Joni Mitchell, and songs like Brandi Carlile she is forging her own musical identity in the 21st century. Based out of Brooklyn, New York, she most recently appeared at Rockwood Music Hall and Bowery Electric. She is releasing her newest EP “New Ground” in Fall 2019.

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