Crystal Monee Hall

Crystal Monée Hall is an accomplished singer-songwriter, with a varied career including roles on Broadway (“RENT”), sold out tours with acclaimed musicians Mickey Hart (Grateful Dead), Dave Schools (Widespread Panic) and also a guest appearance on the HBO comedy-drama High Maintenance. She released her debut album, “River Train”, in 2012 and followed with an EP, "Three Days In Nashville” in 2013. Her new solo EP, "If You Breathe", was released in 2017. Seamlessly blending Hall’s love for world, blues, jazz, soul and contemporary R&B, the release was called 'riveting' by Billboard Magazine and showcases her talent as a songwriter, while highlighting a voice that has captivated audiences worldwide.

Crystal continues to be a key part of high-profile music moments, from singing alongside Kesha as part of her powerful 2018 Grammy Awards performance in support of the #TimesUp movement, to supporting Mariah Carey's Christmas residency at New York's Beacon Theater, and performing alongside Kanye Westand Chance The Rapper during their debut performance of "Ultralight Beam" on SNL.


"You're black and gay. How does it feel to have two things wrong with you?" That question hit hard when it was directed at Atlanta-bred Fusilier after a show by his former rock band. Realizing how tiring it was to run away from the world's biased perceptions, he began making a body of the music that would make that question irrelevant and drain it of its power. Fusilier fuses punk rock, R&B and pop for a sound all his own.

$10.00 - $14.00


General Admission

Please note, there is a one drink minimum for this show (standing and bar stools) and two drink minimum at tables. 

Limited seating is available on a first come first served basis.

Advance tickets are available online until 4PM, day of show. Any remaining tickets can be purchased at the door at showtime. 

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Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2