Kenny Hall, cowboy singer and poet, is a native
son of Utah, whose great-great-grandparents
came west with Brigham Young.
Kenny's life and career is centered in Southern
Utah. He lives in the small town of Cannonville
with his wife Jean, six mules (Toby, Faith,
Buster, Webster, Nickel and Rowdy) and two
dogs, Annabelle the Bloodhound and Ram the
A former PRCA bull rider, Kenny leads the
cowboy life. "It is something that I actually live
every day of my life." Kenny's goal is to "...pass
on and keep alive this heritage and way of life
that has been handed down to me by my family
and those gone before me."
He is an active member and Vice President of
the Cowboy Poets of Utah, performing regularly
throughout Southern Utah venues such as the
Western Legends in Kanab, UT, the National
Cowboy Poetry gathering in Elko, NV, the Butch
Cassidy Days in Beaver County, UT, the Everett
Ruess Days in Escalante, UT, and many others.
He often shares the stage with such luminaries
as David Stamey, Michael Martin Murphy,
Waddie Mitchell and Baxter Black. He has
opened for such artists as Brenn Hill and
Kenny's artistic talents include exceptionally
beautiful, well-crafted custom saddles as well as
hand-made chaps and gear. These are highly
sought after and prized by professional and
hobby cowboys - and cowgirls.
In addition, Kenny builds award-winning camp
wagons that are compact, efficient yet homey
and easily pulled behind the requisite pickup.
Kenny's artistry and character is clearly reflected
in his music: direct, uncontrived, and honest.