Bob Hall (musician)

Bob Hall ( born June 13, 1942 in West Byfleet, Surrey ) is a British blues and jazz pianist.

Hall was a founding member of various British blues bands like Savoy Brown, The Groundhogs, Tramp, The Sunflower Blues Band and The De Luxe Blues Band. In addition, he has collaborated with musicians such as Peter Green, Danny Kirwan and Mick Fleetwood and can be heard regularly as a guest of The Blues Band with Paul Jones. He also accompanied American blues musicians such as John Lee Hooker, Howlin 'Wolf, Little Walter, Jimmy Witherspoon, Homesick James, Lightnin ' Slim and Charlie Musselwhite.

Hall is considered by many as England's best boogie -woogie pianist. He has performed, among others, on the North Sea Jazz Festival. In his boogie -woogie big band Rocket 88 's event included Ian Stewart, Hal Singer, Don Weller and Dick Morrissey, Alexis Korner, Charlie Watts and Jack Bruce. In 2004 he founded "The British Blues All Stars ," a blues band, whose members in different occupations sizes of British blues music of the 1960s.