Not to confuse with the country and rockabilly pianist of the same name, Roy Hall had a long career in old-time music and was associated with the pianist Hall. I think, he was one of the last "old-time" musicians. Hall was born in 1907 and learned to play the guitar in 1932; he had his first radio show one year later. At the end of the 1930s, he set up his own band, the Blue Ridge Entertainers, which were later joined by another pair called Hall, the Hall Twins (Saford and Clayton). Hall recorded for several labels during that time. In 1943, Roy Hall died in a car accident and was replaced by pianist James Faye Hall, who began to perform under the name of "Roy Hall". Hall left the Hall Twins and began to record on his own, eventually for Decca the songs "Three Alley Cats", "You Ruined My Blue Suede Shoes", "All By Myself" and so on. But that's another story.
Here are some of Hall's songs he recorded with the Blue Ridge Entertainers:
1. Little Sweetheart Come and Kiss Me
2. Good For Nothing Gal
3. Lonely Blues