Jack Hale

Jack D. Hale, Jr.

Also known as Hale, J. Hale Jr., J. Hale, Jr., Jack Dale, Jack Hale Jr., Jack Hale, Jr., Jack Haley, Jack Jr. Hale, Uncle Jack Hale
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Musician, composer, arranger, and producer, Jack Hale, Jr. (born in 1955, in Memphis, Tennessee, USA) has had a long and illustrious career. A former member of the renowned [a=Memphis Horns, The], he has played with a veritable who's who of R&B, soul and rock artists during his career. Hale's primary instrument was trumpet, but he also plays trombone, french horn, harmonica and keyboards.

Apart from many [l=Stax] recordings, he played on most [a=Al Green] and [a=Ann Peebles] tracks for [l=Hi Records], on several [a=Elvis Presley] records and on many C&W records. In 1977 he became the "official" trumpet player with the Memphis Horns. He became [a=Johnny Cash]'s musical director at age 25, has also worked with composer [a=John Williams (4)] and several symphony orchestras, and for six years was chairman of the Composition/Arranging Committee for the Nashville Chapter of NARAS.


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