Tom T. Hall Gives Rare Performance

Country Music Hall of Fame member Tom T. Hall seldom performs in public these days, but he made an exception Thursday (Feb. 25) during an acoustic showcase at the Country Radio Seminar in Nashville. The event was sponsored by BMI, a performing rights organization. Known as the “Storyteller,” Hall fittingly introduced each of his songs before performing his 1969 hit, “Homecoming,” followed by his No. 1 songs “The Year That Clayton Delaney Died” and “I Love.” Songwriter Wynn Varble later joined country newcomer Easton Corbin to perform several songs from Corbin’s upcoming self-titled debut album including his current Top 10 single, “A Little More Country Than That.” Corbin’s album is scheduled for a March 2 release. View photos from the showcase.