Hailing from the suburbs of Chicago, Lauren Hall, a 27 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.
Having no plan in mind, she became a part of the rat race: she began to serve and bus tables in various Hollywood restaurants to make ends meet, while gigging as much as she could on the weekends.
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, she went right back to serving tables, while using the weekends to tour up and down the California coast, organically growing her fanbase and repertoire, while attempting to capitalize on her appearance on the hit reality singing competition, “The Voice”.
When COVID-19 hit, the restaurant Lauren worked at was inevitably shutdown and all future shows were indefinitely cancelled. With no means of income and a citywide lockdown, Lauren was eventually forced to move back into her parents’ home in the Midwest.
Lauren now works from home, while pursuing and perfecting her craft. She throws online concerts on select Tuesday evenings on her Instagram & Facebook pages as well as plays live shows every single weekend, all around the city of Chicago and the surrounding Chicagoland area.
Check her out at the Redhead Piano Bar every Sunday evening from 7:30pm-11:30pm!