Tom T. Hall was an American Singer and Songwriter who started his career in 1963 and it was ended in 2011.
He composed songs for dozens of country music stars, including Johnny Cash, George Jones, Loretta Lynn, Waylon Jennings, Alan Jackson, and Bobby Bare.
He also penned "Hello Vietnam", a song that openly supported the Vietnam War at a time when war protest songs were beginning to dominate the pop music chart.
Tom succeeded Ralph Emery as host of the syndicated country music TV show Pop! Goes the Country in 1980 and continued until the series ended in 1982.
Tom T. Hall's net worth is currently estimated at $5.2 million.
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Children: Tom T. Hall has a son named Dean Hall.
Tom T. Hall’s father is Virgil Lee Hall.
Tom T. Hall’s mother is Della Hall.
Siblings: Tom T. Hall has a brother named Hillman Hall.
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God bless little children while they're still too young to hate.
It's Faster horses, Younger women, Older whiskey and More money.
When you retire, it's a place in life, a part of the journey. You just don't quit work; you develop an attitude where you can do what you please
A song is a poem set to music.
Is this really Butte, Montana, or just existential blues?