A multi-instrumentalist from Belle Chasse, Louisiana, Evan Hall has been an active member of the New Orleans music community for over a decade as a guitarist, vocalist and bassist. At 13 years old, his first professional gig was an opening slot for Ernie Vincent and the Top Notes in the New Orleans club scene. Vincent had a pivotol role in teaching Hall the basics of music and the industry. Hall toured and made albums all throughout his teen years and he eventually found himself making records in Muscle Shoals, Alabama at legendary FAME Recording Studios with Roadside Glorious, a band that he co-founded. The project acquired help from notable New Orleans musicians as well as Grammy nominated engineer/producer John Gifford III (Greg Allman, Phish, Steven Tyler). In that same year, New Orleans staple J and the Causeways formed and enlisted Hall on guitar. Hall is currently touring and recording with his original band Electric Ramble as well as J and the Causeways. The Causeways have performed at the 2021 Telluride Blues Festival, 2022 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival and they have also performed aboard the 2022 Keeping The Blues Alive at Sea cruise series, where Hall and lead singer Jordan Anderson shared the stage with Joe Bonamassa, Jimmy Vivino and Keb Mo'. Also of note, Hall has studied under Nashville session guitarist Guthrie Trapp (Billy Gibbons, John Oates, Delbert McClinton), who showed him some tricks of the trade at a pivotal moment in his career. Hall resides in New Orleans and is actively performing, recording and producing in the local music community as well as touring across the world with various live bands.