Steve Hall

Steve Hall

 Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
BandFolkSinger/Songwriter

Steve Hall is a wise-guy folkie whose songs and stories make audiences laugh, think and sing along.

Biography

Audiences have called Steve Hall “a fearless, funny songwriter” who has “a gift for making people smile and laugh” and “performs with rock ’n’ roll energy while telling stories of life’s most hilarious moments.”

A wise-guy folkie in the tradition of Todd Snider and John Prine, Hall explores topics serious and surreal, from the closing of the only factory in his hometown to a zombie who is upset that his still-breathing wife is moving on with her life.

Over the years, Hall has performed his original material in diverse settings—a rally for thousands of middle-school students in the Indianapolis Colts’ stadium; charity runs; and, oh yeah, clubs and coffeehouses too. His songs have been played on public radio stations in Indiana, Iowa and Illinois.

Discography

Singles “Persona Non Grata” and “I Fall in Love Every Day,” available as iTunes downloads

"Zombie Love" CD (Callie Dog Records, 2006)

Set List

Typical sets are either 50-60 minutes or 90 minutes. Usually almost all original material. ranging in style from rockabilly to country to '60s pop, performed on acoustic guitar. Covers (rare) include Todd Snider's "Doublewide Blues" and Southern Culture on the Skids' "Liquored Up and Lacquered Down."