Hailing from the suburbs of Chicago, Lauren Hall, a 29 year old singer songwriter, always had a deep desire to share her voice with the world.
In 2016, this former division 1 collegiate soccer player decided to pack up her things and move across the country to Los Angeles to pursue her dreams of singing.
In 2019, after auditioning for 7 years straight, Lauren finally realized her dream of becoming a contestant on NBC’s “The Voice”, representing Team Kelly and, eventually, Team Blake.
After being eliminated in the top 32, Lauren began to tour up and down the California coast, organically growing her fanbase and repertoire, while capitalizing on her appearance on the hit reality singing competition, “The Voice”.
When COVID-19 hit, a majority of California was locked down with all future gigs cancelled indefinitely.
Lauren eventually moved back to Illinois and to the city of Chicago. When things began to open up again, she began to hit the ground running, this time in the Chicago music scene.
Since her time in Chicago, Lauren has spent her time gigging in the Chicago suburbs as well as in the Windy City. She has played at venues such as Grapes & Grains, The Tack Room, Shenanigans, the House of Blues and, most notably, the Redhead Piano Bar.
You can find Lauren at the piano every Wednesday evening at Grapes & Grains in West Loop from 8-11pm. She also plays select Fridays and Saturdays from 10pm-1am.
Lauren travels and performs all over the country and is open to booking nationally. If you are interested in booking Lauren at your venue or at your next private event, reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org.