Elizabeth Ann Hall was born on December 22nd, 1984, she is known most commonly as Liz Hall. Having loved music all her life, it has been a constant present. Growing up, she sang the National Anthem in school and local events when she wasn’t playing softball. While in High School, it wouldn’t be a surprise to find her singing the National Anthem and then going on the field to help the Madison Warhawks go to States as a successful softball pitcher. While in her sophomore year, her mother passed away from Breast Cancer and this triggered emotions in her that began her career as a song-writer. Her first hand awareness of Cancer and the struggles it brings, led her to sing at the Relay for Life events on several occasions as the special performer during the Survivor walk. Starting song-writing at just 15, she continued to fill her life with music. Liz attended Valdosta State University, where she graduated with a Bachelors of Art, in Art. Having been a creative person her whole life, music and art were always her passion. When Liz isn’t singing, she is probably spending time with her family or working on the next artistic masterpiece, be it a song, or a painting.