Sandra Hall

Genres: Blues
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s

Biography

c. 1948, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Hall sang from very early childhood, singing not only in church but also performing for admiring customers at her grandmother’s fish fry. From the age of 12 she sang in a duo, the Soul Sisters, with her sister Barbara Hall. From the mid-60s she sang and danced with the Exotic, a female group that sometimes opened for touring blues and soul artists visiting Atlanta, in particular at the Royal Peacock, one of the city’s leading nightclubs. Later, Hall worked as a nurse in Atlanta, singing part time, and she also raised her daughter. Reportedly, Hall also performed as a go-go dancer and stripper and if true, this element of her past might account for the emergence in her live performances of vibrant and sensual undercurrents. Unafraid to offer highly charged songs that are replete with innuendo, if not outright sexuality, Hall is perhaps best caught live although her recordings retain some of that same earthy drive.

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