A concert featuring
Nashville musicians
sponored by
Lightning 100 Radio
and the Mini Cooper S
automobile
cross-country two-week
road trip from
Monterey California to
Lakeville Connecticut.
Jimmy Hall
former lead vocalist and
harmonica player for Wet Willie,
has a long and varied
background as a performer,
working with Capricorn Records
from its early days in the 1970s.
Born and raised in Mobile,
Alabama, Hall co-founded Wet
Willie in 1970; over the next ten
years, Hall and the group toured
with Aerosmith, the Allman
Brothers Band, Grand Funk
Railroad and the Grateful Dead.
Hall was later nominated for a
Grammy Award for Best Male
Rock Vocalist for Jeff Beck's
1985 Flash album. After Wet
Willie's breakup, Hall moved to
Nashville to work on a solo
project for Epic Records, and
he's been based there ever
since, finding a healthy blues
scene in a city known for country
music.
Singer Jimmy Hall. With the
southern rock band Wet Willie, Hall
sung hits
Keep On Smilin,
Weekend, & others. He is a
Volunteer Jam regular
See pictures from this show of Rodney Crowell & John Hiatt
A concert featuring Nashville musicians sponored by Lightning 100 Radio and the Mini Cooper S
automobile cross-country two-week road trip from Monterey California to Lakeville Connecticut.
Sponsored by
LIGHTNING 100
WRLT
Nashville
Radio Station
Pictures by Pat Adams
Centennial Park
Monday August 28, 2006  
Nashville, Tennessee
Jimmy Hall
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