Hailing from the suburbs of Chicago, Lauren Hall, a singer songwriter, always knew she was destined to share her music, voice and love with the world.
After spending 4 years as a division 1 soccer player, she packed up her things and moved across the country to Los Angeles to pursue her musical endeavors.
In 2019, after auditioning for 7 years straight, Lauren finally realized her dream of being a contestant on NBC’s The Voice; she was chosen by coach Kelly Clarkson, after singing just 5 notes.
After being stolen by Blake Shelton and, ultimately, being eliminated in the Top 32, Lauren began touring up and down the California Central Coast on the weekends, organically growing her fanbase and repertoire.
Lauren Hall is an independent artist who plans to remain just that. She is not defined by genre, but instead lets the music speak for itself. She is inspired by artists like: Kelly Clarkson, Demi Lovato, Adele, Lady Gaga, San Smith, Maggie Rogers and, of course, The Beatles.
She released her debut single, “Rainy Day in the City” in May 2019, prior to her stint on “The Voice”. Since then, she has also released her hauntingly original version of “Heart Shaped Box” by Nirvana.
All of her released music can be found on all music streaming platforms.