Tom T Hall Net Worth at Death – How He Made His Money

Tom T Hall Net Worth at Death – How He Made His Money?
Tom T. Hall (May 25, 1936 – August 20, 2021), known by birth name as Thomas Hall and informally nicknamed “the Storyteller“, was an American country music singer-songwriter and short-story author.

He wrote 12 No. 1 hit songs, with 26 more that reached the Top 10, including the No. 1 international pop crossover hit “Harper Valley PTA” and “I Love”, which reached No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100. He is included in Rolling Stone’s list of 100 Greatest Songwriters.

Tom T Hall Net Worth & Wiki

Tom T Hall Net Worth
Net Worth $5 million
Full Name Thomas Hall
Nickname Tom T. Hall
Date Of Birth 25 May 1936
Died August 20, 2021 (aged 85)
Franklin, Tennessee, U.S
Birth Place Olive Hill, Kentucky, U.S.
Height In Centimetres – 175 cm
In Feet and Inches – 5′ 9″
Weight 83kgIn Kilograms – 83 Kg
In Pounds – 182 lbs
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Grey
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Wife Dixie Hall
Father Virgil Lee Hall
Mother Della Hall
Siblings Hillman
Nationality American
Son Dean Hall
Colleges/ Universities Roanoke College
Occupation Singer, Songwriter, Author

Tom T Hall Life

Hall was born in Tick Ridge, seven miles from Olive Hill, Kentucky, on May 25, 1936. As a teenager, he organized a band called the Kentucky Travelers that performed before movies for a traveling theater.

Hall enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1957, serving in Germany. While in the service, he performed over the Armed Forces Radio Network and wrote comic songs about army experiences.

Following his discharge in 1961, he used G.I. Bill education benefits to enroll at Roanoke College where he worked as a disc jockey.

His early career included being an announcer at WRON, a local radio station in Ronceverte, West Virginia. Hall was also an announcer at WMOR (1330 AM) in Morehead and WGOH (1370 AM) in Grayson, both in Kentucky.

Hall was also an announcer at WSPZ, which later became WVRC Radio in Spencer, West Virginia, in the 1960s

Awards

Hall won the Grammy Award for Best Album Notes in 1973 for the notes he wrote for his album Tom T. Hall’s Greatest Hits.

He was nominated for but did not win, the same award in 1976 for his album Greatest Hits Volume 2. He was a member of the Grand Ole Opry from 1971.

Hall was inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame in 2002. On February 12, 2008, Hall was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame

Tom T Hall Wife

Hall was married to Opal “Hootie” McKinney, a native of Grayson, Kentucky. Their son, Dean Todd Hall, was born on June 11, 1961.

Dean worked for his father in the early 1980s, first as a roadie and later as a guitarist. Dean has since worked as a solo artist and with Bobby Bare’s band.

Hall met bluegrass songwriter Dixie Hall in 1965. Tom and Dixie met at a 1965 music industry award dinner she was invited to for having written (as Dixie Deen) the song “Truck Drivin’ Son-of-a-Gun” which became a hit for Dave Dudley.

Dixie Hall was born Iris Lawrence in the West Midlands, England, in 1934 and emigrated to the U.S. in 1961. Hall and Dixie were married from 1968 until her death on January 16, 2015.

Tom T Hall Funeral & Cause Of Death

At age 85, Hall died at his home in Franklin, Tennessee, on August 20, 2021 of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

The cause of death went unreleased and had been presumed to be natural until the Williamson County medical examiner released his findings in November.

Hall left no suicide note, had chlordiazepoxide (used to treat anxiety and alcohol withdrawal) in his system at the time of his death, and was rumored to have been suffering from numerous old age-related illnesses at the time

Songs Written by Tom T Hall

The following 29 songs were written by Tom T Hall.

  • Ballad of Forty Dollars
  • Country Is
  • Deal (Tom T. Hall song)
  • Faster Horses (The Cowboy and the Poet)
  • Harper Valley PTA
  • Hello Vietnam
  • I Care (Tom T. Hall song)
  • I Like Beer
  • I Love (Tom T. Hall song)
  • I’m Not Ready Yet
  • Little Bitty
  • (Margie’s At) The Lincoln Park Inn
  • May the Force Be with You Always
  • Me and Jesus (Tom T. Hall song)
  • The Monkey That Became President
  • (Old Dogs, Children and) Watermelon Wine
  • The Old Side of Town
  • The Pool Shark (song)
  • Ravishing Ruby
  • Salute to a Switchblade
  • Shoeshine Man
  • Sneaky Snake
  • That Song Is Driving Me Crazy
  • That’s How I Got to Memphis
  • A Week in a Country Jail
  • What Have You Got to Lose
  • The Year That Clayton Delaney Died
  • You Always Come Back (To Hurting Me)
  • Your Man Loves You Honey

Tom T Hall Discography

Here are some Tom T Hall selected discography;

  • Search of a Song (1971)
  • We All Got Together and… (1972)
  • Places I’ve Done Time (1978)
  • Song in a Seashell (1985)

Books Written by Hall

  • How I Write Songs, Why You Can (1976)
  • The Songwriter’s Handbook (1976)
  • The Storyteller’s Nashville (1979)
  • The Laughing Man of Woodmont Coves (1982)
  • The Acts of Life (1986)
  • Spring Hill, Tennessee (1990)
  • What a Book! (1996)

Tom T Hall Net Worth

Tom T Hall net worth at death is estimated at $5 million. He earned most of his wealth from selling his albums and singles.

Hall Net Worth Forbes

Unfortunately, Forbes hasn’t documented anything yet on Tom T Hall net worth, once they do, we’d get you updated.

How Does Tom T Hall Make His Money

Hall makes his money from several sources;

  • Selling his albums and singles
  • Songwriting
  • Public appearances
  • Music endorsements
  • Selling tickets to his concerts.

Conclusion

Tom T. Hall (May 25, 1936 – August 20, 2021), known by birth name as Thomas Hall and informally nicknamed “the Storyteller“, was an American country music singer-songwriter and short-story author.

Tom T Hall net worth at death is estimated at $5 million.