Clint Hall has created music for over 30 years. As a kid, Clint was introduced to the guitar playing of Rock n Roll Hall of Fame member and founding Allman Brothers Band member Dickey Betts- and it was then that he knew his path in life. Clint went on to college and has studied and tutored Music Theory, Composition, Vocal and Guitar Performance, Recording technique, and Music History at both Pierce C.C. and The University of Washington. Clint is a guitarist/ vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, composer/arranger, recording technician, producer, instructor, and live sound engineer.
Clint has played guitar, bass, mandolin, and banjo for the musicals “Annie”, “Big” “Rent”, and “The Color Purple” and "The Spitfire Grill". Clint has independently released two full-length CD’s and was acknowledged in 2001 by The John Lennon Songwriting Competition for his composition “I Forgot You” and received regional and college radio airplay and continues to reach new listeners worldwide. Having played in numerous local bands through the years, Clint continues to be active as a writer, teacher, guitarist/multi-instrumentalist and artist/performer. As a soloist and with other musical professionals across the United States, Clint has entertained listeners of all ages with world class performances of music in a number of genres- performing on festival stages, nightclubs & bars, casinos, restaurants, docks & patios, grade schools, colleges & universities, and live radio station broadcasts.
Clint offers live music performance, private music lessons, songwriting/arranging, and recording/engineering services. Clint performs choice arrangements of popular music, current original material, as well as original compositions from previous and upcoming releases.
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