Beautifully Human / Alison Hall


As we continue our series today, Beautifully Human...

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We focus on the beauty of humans and the power in their stories…

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Through telling their stories we hope to connect this world. To spread strength, love, and humanity...

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To show a common thread of beautiful humans…

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This week we go to Cincinnati, Ohio with Alie Hall to hear her incredible story...

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I met Alie at a show at Bogart's in Cincinnati. I remember her being super helpful and no matter what I asked being incredibly positive.

She was such a bright spot to work with that day. I really appreciate how kind she is.

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Alison Hall / Cincinnati, Ohio


Tell me a story that shaped your life…


- Aside from having the most incredible parents ever, I give credit to music to making me who I am. Without music, I would be absolutely lost. When I was a small child, I was able to tell my parents the names of songs and artists on the radio. When I was in school, I leaned on music to get me through it. When I was choosing a career path, I chose music. I truly believe my life and the world are better because of music. 


What would you want the world to know about you… 


- I am a lot of things, but the most important thing is that I’m passionate. I put 110% into every single thing I do.

I’m a quick learner and I’m one of those people who dabbles in just about everything. 


What did / do you miss most during covid 19…


- I miss my job. I miss shows. I miss normality. I want to go out on a date with no worries. 


What brings you the most joy / smile the most... 

- Knowing the love i have in my life gives me such joy. I smile often thinking about my future. 

If you were given a plane ticket to anywhere, where would you go…


- I desperately want to go out west. I’ve never been and I would give anything to go. The one place I have to go to is Arizona and that WILL happen. 

What brought you to where you are at in life today…


- In 2013 I had a crush on a guy who I was “kinda” friends with. Life happened, we never truly connected, you know how that is. In 2019 we reconnected and we’ve been stuck together ever since.

In May we moved in together and have 3 perfect cats. In a way, I feel like this was supposed to happen. Where I’m at today is just the beginning of my life. 


What is your most prized possession…


- My family. Including our 3 cats. I would be absolutely lost without them. 


Traveling is my life, and has also saved my life. It shows the beauty of other cultures. tell me a story of your favorite travel moment… 


- From 2016-2017 I spent a lot of time traveling to different states to see the band Hippo Campus. I’ve seen them 25 times in 10 different states. I had the time of my life. 

Tell me a story of struggle… 


- In 2017 I was hit by a semi truck on the highway. For a month I couldn’t move my body. After that I was in and out of doctors offices. Everything seemed to get better except my shoulder. It kept dislocating, hurting so bad I would burst into tears. In 2019 I found out I had been living with a torn shoulder which needed surgery.

The surgery was ungodly painful, the recovery was long. Endless therapy, time off work, not being able to drive. It was one the of biggest struggles I’ve ever had. I have permanent damage, but I’m glad to say I’m better. 


In another life, what are you doing… 

- This is a tricky one, because it’s hard for me to see myself anywhere else but here. In terms of my next life, I would love to be a cat. Who doesn’t want to sleep all day and get endless affection with no worries? 

How has your life been different than you thought it would be…

- Well, it’s been all over the place but that’s how it goes, huh? Last year I had shoulder surgery, this year I’m sitting at home 7 days a week waiting for the world to get better.

On the bright side, I feel fortunate because I’m doing it all with the love of my life. I thought by now I would have it all figured out, but I’m close. I think. 


What is your greatest accomplishment… 


-My greatest accomplishment aside from receiving the Live Nation Rockstar award at 19, was creating the event called “Clique Night” at Bogart’s in Cincinnati.

It was an event focused around twenty one pilots and their fans. At the on sale, my event sold 250+ tickets and gained national attention. 

What is your biggest fear… 

- Honestly, not making a family of my own. It’s so simple, but I feel like my purpose is to be a mother and a wife. 

What is your biggest regret…

- I don’t regret much, but if I had to choose, I would say it’s being there for people who wouldn’t do the same for me.

I spent many years being a friend and a girlfriend for those who didn’t treat me with the same respect. I wish I knew then what I know now. 


What do you do for work… and why…

- For the last 4 years I’ve lived my dream. I’ve done marketing and social media for Live Nation. I can’t see myself not working in the music industry.

Unfortunately, due to the circumstances of the world right now, that’s on hold. Like a lot of people, I feel lost because of it. 


What was your first tattoo...

- My first tattoo was actually the twenty one pilots symbol. Most of my tattoos are music related. However, they have been a band who I have admired for so long and have shaped my life in a way. 


If you had the ear of everyone in the world, what would you say to them... 


- Love yourself. 




Connect with Alison...


Instagram... alie.hall


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