Tom T Hall Net Worth, Age, Height, Relationship Status

                                                    Thomas T. Hall, better known as Tom T. Hall, was an American country music composer. He wrote 12 No. 1, including "Harper Valley PTA" and "I Love". Hall is often referred to as The Storyteller because of his incredible storytelling abilities. Tom T. Hall's net worth at the time of his death is estimated to be approximately $5 million.

Tom T. Hall died on August 20, 2021 at the age of 85 at his home in Franklin, Tennessee. The exact cause of his death has not yet been announced.

Full Name Thomas T. Hall
Birth Date May 25, 1936
Birth Place Olive Hill, Kentucky, U. S.
Profession Country music singer and songwriter
Wife Dixie Hall
Net Worth $5 million

Early life

Tom T. Hall was born on May 25, 1936 in Olive Hill, Kentucky, United States. He did not provide enough details about his parents and his early years. However, some sources have shown that his father was a Masonic minister. For education, he entered Roanoke College under the GI Bill program.

Hall was interested in singing and composition from a very young age. As a teenager, he performed with the Kentucky Travelers. The group has performed several times for the traveling theater. Hall also briefly served in the military. He also performed his songs on the Armed Forces Radio Network. He has also written several comedies about his military experiences.

Tom T Hall Net Worth and Career

Tom started out as a radio host for the local radio station WRON. He has also worked as a broadcaster for various other radio stations WMOR and WSPZ. Hall’s big break as a songwriter came in 1963. He became famous after country singer Jimmy S. Newman recorded his 1964 song called DJ For a Day.

Hall then moved to Nashville and worked as a songwriter for $50 a week at Newkeys Music. He developed a good relationship with his business partner Jimmy Key, with whom he wrote dozens of country songs in one day. Because of his incredible writing and acting skills, fans nicknamed him The Storyteller.

Tom is best known for his 1968 hit Harper Valley PTA recorded by Jeannie S. Riley. The song became a huge hit, reaching number one on the Billboard Hot 100. Over six million copies were sold, and the song won a CMA Award and a Grammy Award.

In 2002 he was inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame. Also, on February 12, 2008 he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. In 2019 he was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Hall retired from writing new material in 1986 and also stopped performing in 1994. He made his last public performance in 2011.

Personal life of Tom T. Hall

Tom T. Hall married bluegrass singer-songwriter and producer Dixie Hall in 1969. He met her in 1965 at a music industry awards dinner. Dixie was the award ceremony guest for writing the hit “Truck Drivin’ SonofaGun.”

Tom was previously married to Opal “Hootie” McKinney, with whom he has a son named Dean Hall. His son Dean worked for his father as a roadie and guitar player. Hall was confirmed dead by his son Dean on August 20, 2021. Dean shared on Twitter, “Our family asks for privacy at this difficult time.”

Tom T Hall Net Worth

Tom T. Hall left behind a whopping net worth of around $5 million until his death on August 20, 2021. He raised a lump sum for his singing and songwriting career. The famous country singer left an unforgettable legacy, releasing 35 studio albums, 9 compilations and 50 singles.