|Kristen Hall Quick Info
|5 ft 8 in
|Date of Birth
|October 24, 1962
Kristen Hall is an American singer and songwriter who is known for being one of the founding members of the country-rock band Sugarland. However, since 2005, Hall has pursued a solo career and has released several tracks including Katy The Wonder Cub, Fact & Fiction, Real Life Stuff, and Live at Eddie’s Attic.
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Folk Rock, Country
Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
As a member of Sugarland, she had released her music with Mercury Nashville.
5 ft 8 in or 173 cm
78 kg or 172 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
- Thin eyebrows and lips
- Powerful vocals
Kristen Hall Facts
- She was brought up in Atlanta, Georgia.
- It was during Kristen’s teenage years that she started to take an interest in songwriting and playing the guitar.
- In 2002, Hall and singer-songwriter Jennifer Nettles came together to form their band Sugarland. Later, in 2002, singer and record producer Kristian Bush joined them.
- On October 26, 2004, Kristen released her debut album with Sugarland which was titled Twice the Speed of Life.
- Kristen made headlines in December 2005, after she had unexpectedly left the band. According to a statement by her, she had chosen to do so in order to “stay home and write songs”. However, rumors began to arise about her departure was instead related to the band’s image.
- In July 2008, Kristen filed a case at the U.S. District Court in Atlanta for $14 million against the duo of Sugarland, claiming that she was paid her share of the profit that she was to get as they had discussed after she had left the band. However, Bush and Nettles had denounced her statement. Later, the case was settled outside of court but no further details had been made public.