Country artist & songwriter, Lauren Hall, delivers a sound that is all her own stemming from her low country roots, organic edge & a touch of tradition. This Charleston born native spent her teen years playing anywhere & everywhere around the Carolina's whether it be local bars, her own headlining shows or opening for national artists. Hall has played shows with acts such as Travis Tritt, Tracy Lawrence, Gary Allan, David Nail, Maddie & Tae, Lauren Alaina, Chris Janson, Tyler Farr, Scotty McCreery, Carly Pearce, Mitchell Tenpenny, Riley Green, Walker Hayes and others. Hall has been named “Best Female Vocalist” two years in a row in the Charleston City Paper as well as “Country/Americana Artist of the Year” in 2020. Hall’s recent singles have held spots on many of Spotify’s editorial playlists and as a result she has gained a good base of listeners. The second release off of Hall's upcoming EP, Gone, also had radio success on Charleston’s biggest stations. Hall’s EP was recorded in Nashville & features songs co-written & produced by Curb Records songwriter, Phillip Lammonds, who has collaborated with artists such as Lee Brice, Blake Shelton, Kip Moore, and others. The EP was also produced by Dan Frizsell, most recently known for producing "Rumor" by Lee Brice. Hall has also opened for Brice and joined him on stage to sing he and Carly Pearce’s hit, "I Hope Youre Happy Now". Since releasing her EP, Hall has continued to work in Nashville and plans to release new music in 2022.