Danniebelle Hall

Also known as Danibelle Halls, Danniebelle, Hall
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Discography of Danniebelle Hall:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Danniebelle 10 Audio 1975 Light Records
2 Let Me Have A Dream 10 Audio 1977 Sparrow Records
3 Designer's Original 12 Audio 1992 A&M Records
4 He Is King 11 Audio 1976 Light Records
5 Unmistakably Danniebelle 10 Audio 1983 Onyx International Records
6 Ladies Of Gospel 10 Audio 1987 Light Records
7 Beautiful People 2 Audio 1983 Onyx International Records
8 The Best Gets Better 11 Audio 1995 Light Records
9 Legends Of Gospel 10 Audio 2004 Compendia
10 Danniebelle 10 Audio 1974 Light Records
11 Remembering The Times 20 Audio 2001 EMI Gospel
12 Designer's Original 12 Audio 1992 A&M Records
13 I'm Glad I Found The Lord / Your Love 2 Audio 1978 Myrrh
14 Let Me Have A Dream 10 Audio 1977 Sparrow Records
15 Danniebelle... Live In Sweden With Choralerna 11 Audio 1978 Sparrow Records

October 6, 1938 – December 28, 2000

Danniebelle Hall was born in Pittsburgh, PA the fourth of eight children. She learned to play piano at the age of three. She played piano for her hometown church. To advance her passion for spreading the gospel through song, she enlisted the talents of her two younger sisters and formed the trio, The Jones Sisters. She moved to San Francisco, California when she was 17 years old where she met and married Charles E. Hall. They had three children.

In 1969, she formed a group called The Danniebelles. The group went on tour overseas. This promoted the growth and the popularity of The Danniebelles beyond expectations. They were able to record an album and minister to thousands while touring with World Vision International in Zamboanga, Mindanao, Philippines and Phnom Penh, Cambodia. World Crusade Ministries.

A few years later, Danniebelle joined the gospel group of Andraé Crouch and the Disciples. She was featured on such classic Gospel recordings as "Take Me Back" and "Soon and Very Soon."

Danniebelle sang and recorded several solo albums that spanned the next 2 and a half decades. She has traveled worldwide. Using her own personal trials as an example, she spread the love of Jesus Christ. Although she composed and arranged music, she found great fulfillment in being a lyricist. She is admired for having set biblical passages to music.

Being an insulin dependent diabetic for a number of years, she was also under treatment for hypertension. She survived a mastectomy due to breast cancer, left leg amputation below the knee, and a host of other health related issues.

She died on December 28, 2000.

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