Ellis Hall

Air Personality / Singer Songwriter / Producer

Ellis Hall Jr. (born May 10, 1951, in Savannah, Georgia) known professionally as Ellis Hall is an American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, actor and composer. He was described as “The Ambassador of Soul” by conductor, Jeff Tyzik. Hall has been blind since the age of 18. Citing Ray Charles as his inspiration, Hall has written over 4000 soul, gospel, blues and pop songs,[1] and has performed with Stevie Wonder, James Taylor, Natalie Cole, Patti LaBelle, Toby Keith, Herbie Hancock, George Benson, Bobby Womack, Sheila E, Maurice White of Earth, Wind and Fire, Tower of Power and Ray Charles.[2] Charles signed Hall to his record label Crossover Records, and mentored him until Charles’ death in 2004.

Cast & Crew

Michael Sheehy
Program Director / Producer / Air Personality
Greg Ogonowski
John Styll
Music Director / Air Personality / Producer
Denise Sheehy
Secretary. Treasurer, Den Mother
Brian Cummings
Air Personality / Producer
Robert David Hall
Air Personality
Joanne Ehrhart
Air Personality
Sandy Kelley
Air Personality
Steve Warren
Air Personality / Music Scheduling Master
Ray Whitaker
Air Personality
Jodi Alba
Air Personality / Program Coordinator
Ray Delgado
Social Media Director
Bill Rogers
Air Personality
Jim Cole
Ellis Hall
Air Personality / Singer Songwriter / Producer
Douglas Neal
Janis Ohara
In-House Artist