Tim’s show highlights his unique spoken word with saxophone/piano accompaniment style. Mr. Hall is an Assistant Professor in the Professional Music Department. He is an educator, saxophonist, spoken word artist, and creative entrepreneur with 15+ years of professional music and performance experience. Hailing from Detroit, MI Tim Hall uses poetry as a form of creative expression to draw inspiration from charting the nuances of blackness, masculinity, and the beauties of life.
As a musician, Hall has shared stages with world-renowned recording artists such as The Nappy Roots, Carolyn Malachi, Bilal, Chris Turner, and Aloe Blacc. With a Masters of Education from Iowa State University in Higher Education & Student Affairs with a focus in classroom teaching his experience is rooted in multicultural affairs, diversity & equity, fraternity & sorority life, residential education, business & leadership development, and career services.
This show was recorded at Wally’s Jazz Cafe in Roxbury, Massachusetts.