Best known as the founder of the band Orleans, with hits including “Still The One,” and “Dance With Me,” John Hall co-wrote Janis Joplin’s “Half Moon,” Steve Wariner's #1 country hit "You Can Dream of Me," and also “Power,” which became the theme of the NO NUKES concerts in the 1970s. John has collaborated in the studio or on the stage with Little Feat, Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, Graham Nash, Chet Atkins, Carly Simon…
His environmental concerns led him into community activism, which got him on the road into politics, first serving in the Ulster County, New York legislature, then as trustee and president of the Saugerties school board. Hall won a seat in Congress in 2006, and returned to music in 2011 with Orleans.
John is looking forward to taking the book on the road where he’ll tell stories, play songs, sign books, and talk with fans and anyone interested in crossing from a "normal" career to politics.
John’s optimism comes through in stories from his life in the musical and political worlds in STILL THE ONE: A ROCK’n’ROLL JOURNEY TO CONGRESS AND BACK.
John Hall’s new memoir, STILL THE ONE: A ROCK’n’ROLL JOURNEY TO CONGRESS AND BACK is out and available on CreateSpace.com and Amazon.com in paperback format. An initial discount is available through facebook.com/johnhall.memoir
Thanks to Anne Leighton