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"�A great-grandson of Harrison hall,(the Adirondack guide who brought the news of McKinley's assassination to Theodore Roosevelt) sang a ballad of his own composition (TEDDY) about the midnight ride."
"�A young man whose popularity in folk singing is rising astonishingly fast. The mountains and the activities therein constitute his musical base."
"�His songs have become a contribution to the times and traditions of the Adirondacks�
"�A talented composer-lyricist-performer, whose home-spun songs are gleaning enthusiastic listeners."
"�Got his first guitar when he was 9 years old�He dove into intensive self study�He untapped a desire and talent to write about the place he loved and knew the best�"
"�Bill was very personable and gave an excellent assembly to our 7-12 population. Also two workshops were presented to our music and history classes 9-10, 11-12 respectively. A fine musician and gentleman�"
"�Mr. Hall was very well received by our students and staff. One of our teachers even bought a recording of his music. His workshop was excellent, well organized with good visuals. All in all, a fine program�"
"�Very interesting and educational. Guitar playing is excellent. Bill had a very nice way with the kids�"
"�Bill Hall's program was excellent and very entertaining and informative. The teachers and students were impressed by his talent. He can come again at anytime�"
"�Our children thoroughly enjoyed Bill's presentation. His songs are delightful and his quiet manner and beautiful and musical style of playing put everyone at ease�"
"�Bill is a very personable individual, related very well to such mixed audiences and thoroughly enjoyed sharing his music, knowledge and love of the Adirondacks with all. I felt this tour was especially good for the children and adults of our area since it was geared about the Adirondacks; the fourth and seventh graders could relate this or teachers could correlate this enjoyable experience with their Social Studies classes.
"�Bill Hall warmed the hearts of children and adults who attended his concert. His theme song, A PLACE IN AMERICA, relates to the American people and the way of life held dear here. He relates easily to the history of the early mountain people who logged, hunted, mined and road the railroads through his compositions. Not only does he bring humor and delight with his folk songs, but he teaches a great deal of history with his catchy tunes. He brought laughter and shivers when he talked and played an instrumental, BLACK FLY LULLABY, about these flies that plague everyone in the summer time. WHITE WATER FEVER brought laughter as Mr. Hall asked the audience to join in with the chorus line�"
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