Scott Hall

Scott Hall
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Singer Songwriter, Scott Hall was born in Fort Worth, Texas with a deep rooted Texas history. His maternal grandmother was born in the back of a covered mule freight wagon somewhere in Eastland County, Texas in 1904, and could remember when Dallas had dirt streets. His Uncle was a rodeo performer and bull rider turned Cutting Horse trainer, who had a World Champion in 1965. David Lynn Jones and Waylon Jennings recorded a song written about his uncle in 1988 called “High Ridin’ Heros” on Polygram Records. Growing up in the shadow of the Fort Worth Stockyards, Scott naturally developed a love of country music, and has become a real storyteller in the purest sense in the songs which are so uniquely his own. One of Scott’s first summer jobs was swimming pool installation and maintenance. He kept the crew entertained with his singing which was influenced in part by his mother’s love of Rock and Blues music and his paternal grandfather’s passion for country music. It was through the expression of grief over the loss of his grandfather that inspired “Granddads Song”, one of his earliest songs which is included on his album A Matter of Time. Scott has gone on to tell the stories of his life, in songs like Know What You Stand to Lose, True Hearts (written about his Mom and Dad), Paradise TX, I Can’t Lie to Myself, The Rodeo (inspired by a bullrider friend of his) A Matter of Time (the heartbreaking story of one of his best friends) and in possibly his most recognizable song Two Loves Too Late which has been a favorite of Stockyard’s DJs, and DJ requests at clubs such as The Horseman where the song has been in the top 3 all-time requested. Two songs from A Matter of Time have been on the Texas Regional Radio Report Chart Top 50. The Rodeo held a position for five months in 2004, and The Angel in the Girl reached #8 in 2005, finishing #34 of the Top 100 for the year 2005. Scott’s first band was called Panther City , which is the nickname for Fort Worth and goes back to the 1880s. The band was an incredible bunch of guys who were together from 1997 until the end of 2001. During this time, Scott cut his second album titled Panther City. Not able to get radio airplay, which was a problem impacting many of the great Texas Bands of the day, the album was put on where one of the songs was #9 in plays for the year 1999 in the Country Music genre. This was out of thousands of songs uploaded to the site, not just the 100 or so that make it to the air waves on traditional radio. The album was very well received and in demand, but the independent label who produced it went out of business and soon it was not available to buy so it died a premature death. Because of the demand for Scott’s original songs, a few from Panther City were recut on his next album A Matter of Time with a new twist which reflects the changes in his life and expression of his music. When the new Gilley’s Dallas 90,000 sq. ft. Public Entertainment Facility was built in 2003, a talent search throughout Texas was conducted for Gilley’s spotlight vocalist and house band. Scott was selected and lead the band from August 2003 to September 2004. Kelly Walker (Lead Guitar/vocals), Josh Rodgers (Drums), and Colin Alexander (Bass, Lead Backup Vocals) were part of that talent search and continue on as The Scott Hall Band. His live shows, which are energy charged and upbeat, never fail to please and surprise his audiences when he does all his originals and his version of cover tunes such as Luckenboch, Texas (as Willie he’s guaranteed to bring a smile to your face), Merle Haggard classics, Pat Green’s Wave On Wave with a Scott Hall twist, and a J. Giel’s Band medley/Bad Company segment that will rock your socks off. Scott and his band are doing the first LIVE at The Horseman Club CD to be recorded on July 14, 2006 on the Desert Sky Records label.
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Average Rating : 0              Total Reviews: 42

Scott Hall  04/05/2006            
Though I have not been a big country music fan in the past, I have been listening to and enjoying it a lot recently. I really enjoyed all the tracks on this CD. All were easy to listen to and would be great to dance to, as well.
Scott Hall  04/05/2006            
Kelly B
By far one of the better singer songwriters not on mainstream radio. If you love country and have a passion for great music this is CD to own. Definately worth the investment. Why isn't he on mainstream radio?
Scott Hall  04/05/2006            
I love this guy. I've seen him perform live several times. He's fun and engaging - very comfortable on stage! The music is great - as great as any mainstream artist out there. Buy this CD!!! You'll quickly find several favorites.
Scott Hall  04/05/2006            
A matter of time is my favorite song on the album. Keep up the good work Scott!
Scott Hall  04/04/2006            
Yes, Scott hall belongs on mainstream radio, right alongside Toby Keith and other watered down country singers. If that's your thing, I guess this guys for you.
Scott Hall  03/31/2006            
I have scotts CD and I have given it to others to listen to. Everybody who hears it loves it as much as i do and wonder why he's not on the radio when other seemingly less talanted artists are. One of my favorites
Scott Hall  03/30/2006            
Dos Banderas Mexican Cuisine & Cantina
Scott has played in our cantina on several occasions. Scott has that combination of talent, voice, personality and he is pretty darn cute too! We have been fortunate to have Scott perform for us before he becomes too "big" for a small place. We know one day we will be going to a Scott Hall concert.
Scott Hall  03/30/2006            
Vinny The Shark
VINNY!, DUDE!! You're an idiot! Scott Hall the singer/songwriter and Scott Hall the wrestler are two different people, ya jag-off! Scott the singer/songwriter never had a mullet. "Hey Yo, Hey Yo, Chico".. let Vinny guess... you were the anchor leg on your high school track 4X100 relay team, weren't you?? Vinny accepts your apology. Have a nice Ragweed Day!!!
Scott Hall  03/28/2006            
Daren Pardue
With the market flooded with all-too-often mediocre singer-songwriters, it would be very easy to overlook Scott Hall. But it would be a mistake, because Scott is one of the very best. In a time when mind-blowing-ear-damaging-stomach-turning led balloons dominate a rapidly decaying rock scene, Scott's unassuming voice and guitar come across like a fresh prairie breeze. And if there were any justice in this world, he'd be a star, not just the property of a tiny band of followers who count his records among their most prized possessions.
Scott Hall  03/28/2006            
"Sad to see a great athlete hit rock bottom like this"???? VINNY!, DUDE!! You're an idiot! Scott Hall the singer/songwriter and Scott Hall the wrestler are two different people, ya jag-off! Scott the singer/songwriter never had a mullet.
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