All in God's Good Time

by Laura Hall

Released 2008
Sister Trudy\'s Music
Released 2008
Sister Trudy\'s Music
Thought provoking and heartfelt original songs, exploring the challenges and joys of living in faith in modern times. By the pianist from Whose Line Is It Anyway?
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Laura Hall is probably best known as the improvisational pianist on television’s "Whose Line is it Anyway?" She has also toured the country doing live shows with "Drew Carey and the Improv Allstars". But there’s more to her music than that. Laura also writes, sings and plays Contemporary Christian music. And this is the eagerly awaited follow up to Laura’s 2006 release, "A Woman of Faith."

Laura has put together a great band on this cd, featuring stellar guitar work from Linda Taylor, her band mate from "Whose Line is it Anyway?" Laura’s original music is both personal and universal; thought provoking and full of emotion. She explores the challenges and joys of living in faith in modern times.

Laura also has two albums of original children’s music, "I See a Tiger" and "Come Join the Parade". And she wrote the music for the "Tell Me a Story" series of cds, a collection of timeless folktales from around the world.

Laura also wrote music for "The Wheels on the Bus" series of children’s videos, starring Roger Daltrey. Laura has also written music for films, including "Anatomy of a Breakup" and the award winning documentary, "Swimming in Auschwitz". She has composed music for several original stage shows, including "Patty Patty Bang Bang", which won an LA Weekly award for best new musical, and the Jeff Award winning Second City revue, "Channel This".