November 27 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm$10 – $15
Tom Hall has been undisputed occupant of first chair in every band hes played in, whether its the Geyer Street Sheiks, River City Rhythm, The Illusions, The Fighting Molly McGuires, or any of the others.
Of course, the respect he now enjoys didn’t just fall into his lap; in the thirty-plus years hes been a working professional, Tom’s paid his dues with interest, playing on street corners, festivals, bars, and concerts across the continent, Ireland and Europe. Tom’s playing has brought him acclaim from appearances on National Public Radios Good Evening America with Noah Adams to the stages he’s shared with The Neville Brothers, Count Basie, Lightin Hopkins, Albert King, Guy Clark, and many others.
Tom’s music was originally based on blues mentors Mississippi John Hurt, Robert Johnson, Blind Blake, and Rev. Gary Davis, to name only a few. He has since broadened his repertoire to include eclectic finger-style guitar, clawhammer banjo, and Irish tenor banjo alongside his mastery of resophonic guitar.