We’re excited to have Hall Williams Band back again on our stage! This is one you can’t miss just before the Dead & Company play in Hershey!
When asked how to describe his music Hall loves to tell a story about how it was once described to him. “Sparkly” Upbeat, Positive, Roots, Real; thus, a genre, and a band were born.
The Hall Williams Band is based in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area. The band’s namesake, Hall Williams, is a longtime guitarist, mandolinist, and songwriter originally from Vermont. His influences span a multitude of genres, and a lifetime of musical experiences.
Williams draws from a wide range of subject matters; from rambler stories about peace and love to drug abuse and heartache. His gift lies in his ability to make every song feel positive. The difficult subjects in Williams’ lyrics are not accompanied by dark and dreary melodies. They are not meant to deepen the depression or drag us down. Their timbre is meant to show us that even dark subjects can be approached in a positive manner. They are designed for us to take in the darkness of the message and transform it into a positive energy force to drive us forward.
The music itself combines elements of Funk, Jazz, Rock, Roots, Bluegrass, and experimental improvisation. The best word to describe the Hall Williams Band’s music is “uplifting” in every sense of the word.
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We ask that guests not move tables.
The floor offers an up-close view from the floor of the Listening Room, and the upstairs mezzanine offers a spot overlooking the floor.