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Marshall Hall is the newest member of the The Gaither Vocal Band, but he traveled a long road to be where he is today in his music career.

While singing at his church, Marshall was approached by a local producer and asked to sing for a project at Gaither Studios. As a session vocalist, Marshall traveled frequently from Indiana to Chicago, Orlando to Louisville and to Nashville singing background vocals on records and jingles for several national clients, including McDonald's, Long John Silver's and Head and Shoulders. During one session for Bill Gaither, Marshall was asked to join the Homecoming artists in Memphis, TN for a video taping. Subsequent videos followed for Marshall, including tapings in Indianapolis and New York City at Carnegie Hall.

Marshall has been a back-up singer on projects for recording artists John Tesh, Clay Walker and Carman, among others. He has written songs for several Gaither videos, as well as for Salvador, Point of Grace, fellow Gaither Vocal Band member David Phelps, and the Vocal Band.

In December, 2002, Marshall's music lead him to another frontier - marriage to Alabama native Lori Vick. But, in January, 2004, the newly-weds' life would change again when Marshall received a call from Bill Gaither. From this phone call, Marshall began a one and a half month audition process to become the new baritone for the Gaither Vocal Band. "I was in Phoenix when Bill called to give me the news 'Marsh - we'd love it if you'd come on the road with us.' I was so excited to say yes." Marshall has been on the road with the Gaither Vocal Band ever since.
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