Quirky singer/songwriter Steve Hall will hold a release party for his new CD “Twisted” from 7-10 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, at the Keith Fleming Gallery, 132 E. Second St., in Port Clinton.
The veteran songwriter/musician is best known locally for playing bass and mandolin with the Naked Bacon Band and for his goofy, affectionate video tribute, “Drop Anchor in Port Clinton,” which has garnered more than 23,000 views worldwide on YouTube. He recently posted a new YouTube video, “Zombie Love,” which features his signature tune, the undead and a certain famous blonde doll.
At the release party Hall will perform selections from the professionally recorded “Twisted” as well as several decades of songwriting. His songs combine catchy melodies, a sense of humor and sometimes offbeat subject matter. “My influences are equal parts Lennon and McCartney and Monty Python,” Hall said. “My goal with my music is to make people laugh, tap their foot and forget their troubles for a while.”
Hall chose the Keith Fleming Gallery as the site of his CD party because “Keith’s offerings are just as funky and unique as my songs.”
In addition to being available at the release party, “Twisted” is available as a digital download on iTunes, Amazon.com, cdbaby.com and facebook.com/stevehallsolo.