The Hall Monitors

The Hall Monitors

BandRockR&B

The greatest live act in the Northeast, playing garage rocking rhythm and blues, soaked in boogie-woogie booze riffs and foot-stomping shuffle beats, with a core-rumbling bass and some sweaty gang vocals straight from the sixties

Biography

Called DC's "Best Live Act" by The Washington Post, The Hall Monitors' first year together ended with a sonic boom. The band began the year by winning the Little Steven's Underground Garage Battle Of The Bands competition, earning them an opening slot on The New York Dolls tour. The Hall Monitors proceeded to self release their single Girls, which has since been played on over 30 radio stations across the US, including Sirius Satellite Radio, and on scores of podcasts and blogs across the globe. After an electrifying few months of gigging throughout the Northeast, including a stint as the backing band for Eddie Angel of Los Straitjackets, the band secured perhaps one of the most coveted rock and roll gigs in world: a slot on the "Cavestomp!" garage festival headlined by rock 'n roll legends The Sonics. To cap off an already incredible year, The Hall Monitors garnered a prestigious Wammie nomination for "Best New Artist" from the Washington Area Music Association.

Discography

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Set List

30-45 minutes

Be Your Man
No One Else
Sinner
Give It Up
Crystal Ball
You Told Me (cover)
Meathook (cover)
Peggy Sue
Cry
Time
I Been Cryin'
Girls
What The Dogs See
Give You All My Love
Reeling and Rocking (cover)
Comanche (cover)
Little Red Riding Hood (cover)