Les Hall

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Les Hall
Origin Columbia, South Carolina, United States
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Guitar, Bass guitar, Keyboard, Drums
Years active 1999-Present
Associated acts 70 Volt Parade
Howie Day

Les Hall is an American composer, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter from Columbia, South Carolina, best known for his involvement in Crossfade and 70 Volt Parade,[1] Trey Anastasio's backup band after the demise of Phish. He has also toured worldwide with Howie Day and has been a member of numerous bands local to Columbia, including Jebel, Sourwood Honey,[1] the Robert Newton Group, Sterling, and currently with The Herbie Jeffcoat Projekt.[citation needed]

In addition to working as a session and touring musician, he composed the score for the Hungarian documentary Freedom's Fury, about the country's Olympic water polo team during the Revolution of 1956, which was narrated by Mark Spitz and executive produced by Quentin Tarantino and Lucy Liu.[citation needed] The film made its debut at the TriBeCa Film Festival in 2006 and was a selected feature at Cannes the same year.[citation needed] He has also composed scores for National Geographic, several short films, and played piano/additional string arrangements on Rob Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses.


Crossfade (2004)

Falling Away (2006)

We All Bleed (2011)

Howie Day

Stop All the World Now (2003)

Sound the Alarm (2009)


  1. ^ a b Pantsari, Mark R. (2008-06-07). "The Many Moves of Les Hall: From Howie Day To Trey". Jambands.com. Retrieved 2008-04-09. 

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