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Singer Kirk James Hall returns to his roots

Kirk Hall making magic in the studio
Kirk Hall making magic in the studio
Kirk Hall

Kirk James Hall had a vision for his music career. He wanted to take his voice beyond Atlanta to perform worldwide. Kirk's dream came true. Kirk studied music at Ohio State University.After performing in Atlanta night clubs like Rupert's, Kirk hit the road. He sang with a version of Legendary Platters and Drifters. He was also a solo artist. Kirk opened for big acts like Elton John. However, success didn't always bring happiness. To lift himself from despair and self destructive actions Kirk decided he needed to return to his roots.

Kirk switched gears from secular music to worship and praise. He adds the Motown sound to uplifting, positive music. Kirk's new single Wash it Away is very comforting. The message is simple...give your problems to God and he will wash away your hurt. His vocals will remind you of Smokey Robinson. You can listen to Wash it Away here.

Music is a family affair for Kirk. His son Kamron Hall is also a singer and song writer. Kirk performed a Christmas program with his daughters in 2013. He and his family continue to perform and give speaking engagements in metro Atlanta. You can keep up with him on his website.

Kirk lives with his wife Leticia and their children in Roswell, Ga.