Musician, Folk Singer
"Troubadour of Flint"
"The Musical Flintstone" (as per Fish)
March 17, 2021 - St Paddy's Day Show
With his seminal Flint-centric album Breakfast At Angelo’s, Dan Hall sealed his status as The Vehicle City’s musical gunslinger, “Have Guitar Will Travel” dude. And travel he has. Not just all over Flint but all around the country dispensing musical glad tidings, joy, and the kind of raucous folk- and Irish-themed ditties that make you want to get up an do a jig or slam a gigantic frosted mug of brew (or both).
With an infectious personality imbued with wit, fun and a sly and knowing grin of trouble, Dan has entertained thousands of satisfied denizens of some famous Flint haunts and halls, including the legendary Paddy Mcgee’s. Like most of Flint’s iconic habitats, Paddy’s is long gone, but the memory of St. Patrick’s Days filled with Dan’s relentless joy remain.
We were lucky enough to have Dan join Fish and the crew in The Aquarium for a raucous round of the kind of fun only Dan can bring to a small cramped radio station - or a big dance hall or Irish pub. Dan also debuts his song, 1937, honoring the Flint Sit Down Strikers of 1936-37, and rolls out an additional classic or two during his visit with Fish and The Flint Chronicles. Best of all we did it all on St. Patrick’s Day!