British keyboardist George Hall began recording in the early '80s with John Pantry -- whose stage name sounds like an excerpt from a floor plan -- and Alex Harvey, one of the all-time heroes of the Scottish rock scene. He has remained active in the music business ever since, hopefully avoiding confusion with enough performers named George Hall to crowd a hall.
In the '90s he recorded with 29 Palms, his keyboard stylings ringing in the ears of dancers on the club scene. The latter group was a duo collaboration by Simon Wilson and Davy Simpson, and reached its greatest audience when a 29 Palms track was featured in a Chevy Chase laugh riot, Ski School. Hall recorded with rocker Adam Masterson in 2003, the studio band including several of Van Morrison's sidemen. The keyboardist guested on a CD by the Spanish rock band Revolver in 2005.