Freddy Hall, deemed “A true artist of the human condition” by Performer Magazine, crafts songs about life, love, and everything in between. The indie/pop songwriter weaves delicate human stories with a joyful voice.
A Virginia native, Freddy set up camp in Brooklyn in the fall 2008 after graduating from Berklee College of Music. He quickly made a name for himself as a professional guitarist playing on the first national tour of Duncan Shiek’s Tony award winning SPRING AWAKENING. It was on that tour that he met drummer, Marques Walls, and bassist, Alan Stevens Hewitt. They built a strong musical bond, and after the tour ended, they formed their band Freddy Hall & the Best Intentions.
Freddy Hall has always juggled his love for music and theater. While he was in High School, he was the lead singer of a band (Blue Jay Walking) and an actor in shows. Lately, while creating his original music, he’s played guitar for shows such as Shakespeare in the Park’s LOVES LABORS LOST, Tony Award winning FUN HOME, and Green Day’s AMERICAN IDIOT. He is currently working on the Carole King smash musical, BEAUTIFUL.
Gigging constantly around Manhattan with The Best Intentions, the music took strong shape. In 2012, they teamed up with producer Anthony “Rocky” Gallo (Tokyo Police Club, Andrew Bird) to create their debut album titled “Wander Years.” Wander Years received positive attention and was a staff pick at Performer Magazine.
This May, they are releasing their followup – “Nothing In The Open” – an autobiographical meditation on the perils of reacquainting a childhood love.