HALL, LES (c.1934-2003)

Les Hall was born in Kentucky and had a career in the Air Force, where he learned to play the banjo. When he retired from military service, he settled in the Dayton area, formed a band called The Bluegrass Mastertone Boys, and went into music full-time. He cut six singles on Rem Records and one on Snap, along with LPs on Jalyn, Round Robin, and Pittsburgh’s Gateway label. Health problems forced him to give up full-time music in 1980.

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