Rooted in the dirt of the American West, visual artist and songwriter Audrey Hall sings of courage, loss and reinvention. Her simple, direct melodies reflect the unbridled influence of her native, iconic landscapes. Dalí-esque imagery folds into emotionally-complex lyrics, and the mood of her style and voice is as dark as the frontier’s night skies. She resonates with audiences who enjoy the alternative side of Americana coupled with a subtle rock edge.
In the short time she has been playing and performing, she has shared the stage with Grammy-nominated, multiplatinum songwriter, Sean Douglas, charting Black Lab frontman, Paul Durham, critically-acclaimed country and blues poet, Jeffrey Foucault, California folk songbird Jessie Bridges and beloved American actors and performers, Jeff Bridges and Cassidy Freeman.
As an internationally exhibited and collected photographer with a dozen design books to her name, Audrey brings the rigor of her fine arts background to the challenges of writing and singing songs; the result is a growing collection of exquisite, accessible portraits of the heart.
She has finished her debut EP and is hard at work on her second.