Crystal Monee Hall’s varied career as a singer, songwriter, instrumentalist and actress has included roles on Broadway (“RENT”), sold out tours with acclaimed musicians Mickey Hart (Grateful Dead) and Dave Schools (Widespread Panic), being a featured vocalist on Saturday Night Live and also a guest appearance on the HBO comedy-drama High Maintenance. She has released three albums (one solo as well as two with Hart) with work from her most recent EP "If You Breathe" called 'riveting' by Billboard Magazine . Her newest release seamlessly blends Hall’s love for world, blues, jazz, soul and contemporary R&B, showcasing her talent as a songwriter, while highlighting a voice that has captivated audiences worldwide.
Crystal continues to be a key part of high-profile music moments, including a feature with country superstar Thomas Rhett on Saturday Night Live in March 2019. RollingStone took notice of her standout performance of “Don’t Threaten Me With a Good Time,” noting it “put on display the superb, soulful talents of Crystal Monee Hall”. In 2019 she provided backing vocals for Tony Award winner Ben Platt on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and Tony Award Winner Cynthia Erivo for her PBS special. She also joined Kesha as part of her powerful 2018 Grammy Awards performance in support of the #TimesUp movement, provided supporting vocals for Mariah Carey's Christmas residency at New York's Beacon Theater, performed alongside Kanye West and Chance The Rapper during their debut performance of "Ultralight Beam" on SNL. Crystal provided backing vocals for Craig David's "All We Needed," the official song of the BBC's 2016 Children In Need campaign.
With her career continuing to flourish, Hall looks forward to reaching new listeners with her message, music and voice.