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There are at least 4 musicians called Tim Hall: 2 from the US, one from the UK and one from Australia.

The British Tim Hall began musical life playing in bands such as Tribal Laughter with Max Pashm and Danni Speekman. Formed Bardic Folk band Silver on the Tree in 1988, contributing material to “Eye of the Aeon”, “Mystic Spiral” and “Morning Glory”. Founded the Avalonian Free State Choir in 1992, principally with the intention of performing “Pagan Carols”. He also joined the Invisible Opera Company Of Tibet in the same year, a Gong tribute band that isn’t a tribute band, recording “Jewel in the Lotus” and “Open For Isness”. Tim became involved with Tribal Voices, a collective of acoustic musicians, eco-buskers and protest singers in 1998.

Tim has collaborated with other artists including Joie Hinton, Daevid Allen, Brian Gulland, Dave Goodman, Dragonsfly, ici maintenants, Brian Abbott, Altered Native, Space Pirates and Mother Gong. More recently Tim has concentrated on solo work - “Charm”, “The Isle of the Dead”, and “Flutter” and held the Bardic Chair of Ynys Witrin (Glastonbury) from 2005 to 2007.

Hopefully someone else may be able to provide more details on the other three artists:

The Australian Tim Hall made one album called ‘No Dogs No Disneyland’ in 2002, produced by Jeff Lang.

One Tim Hall from the US was the founder of “Cry Wolf”, a melodic hard rock band from the San Francisco Bay Area, US.

Another Tim Hall is from Dallas TX, US.

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  • KharBevNor

    Wow, top listener! That's a first.

    8 Oct 2009 Reply
  • tomkerswill

    Hi Tim! Saw your link on ... good to see you on here. How's everyting going?

    1 Nov 2008 Reply