Grammy award-winning artist, Randy Hall, has just released his newest pop single, “A New Way of Love” to streaming services and YouTube. The sexy new love song highlights Hall’s soul roots with its supremely pocketed beats, bass and ambient guitar blended beautifully with delicious female backing vocal garnish, paving the way for the soulfully swaggering lead vocals.
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Randy Hall grew up in Chicago. His first instrument was the piano, but at the age of 13 he switched to guitar, taking lessons from British jazz guitarist Peter Budd. Hall met Miles’s nephew (and future drummer) Vince Wilburn Jr in kindergarten and the two became lifelong friends. Wilburn’s mother Dorothy, was Miles’s sister. The two friends started playing together and at the age of 16 joined a local band called Time, Space and Distance.
That soon gained them a reputation around Chicago and they did session work for local groups, including the Dells. In 1975, Hall went to study music at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. When Hall returned to Chicago, he joined a new band called Data, which included Wilburn, bassist Richard Patterson, keyboardist Robert Irving III, and saxophonist Glenn Burris. All of these musicians later worked with Miles Davis, on Davis’ comeback album The Man With The Horn, from which Hall earned a Grammy for Best Jazz Instrumental.
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Hall has worked and toured with some of the biggest names in black music such as: Diana Ross, Ray Parker Jr., Phil Perry and the Jacksons to name a few. The Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist/Producer is a true Musician’s Musician.
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