Connor Hall, son of Jessee and Irene Hall was born in Brunville, South Carolina in 1916. At the age of 15, he began singing in churches, then appeared with the church of God Quartet for 8 years and joined the LeFevres in 1943. Connor was an original member and manager of the Homeland Harmony Quartet. Today, he is editor of the Vaughan Family Visitor, editor of Tennessee Music and Printing Company and editor of James D. Vaughan Music Company. Connor is a charter member of the Gospel Music Association and served 2 terms on the GMA Board of Directors. He also has served as secretary of the International Gospel Music Publishers Association.
Brunville, South Carolina
- Church of God Quartet
- The LeFevres
- Homeland Harmony Quartet
He was a charter member of the GMA and served 2 terms on the board.
Information about Connor Hall and Homeland Harmony
Homeland Harmony singing “Say A Prayer for Me”