Tony Hall;
Storm Warning.

Tony Hall began his music career working in various entertainment venues while studying Audio Visual Technology in High School.

In 1981, at the age of 21, he landed his first radio job in Rochester NY working for Mal-rite Communications as a Production Engineer. Due to bad weather, an opportunity arose and he had to fill in for the DJ who did the morning drive show. As a result of that, he got his big break and was given a chance at recording the voice over for the WUHF TV 31 sign-off news.

He eventually landed the midnight DJ shift at local Jazz station, WGMC and remained there until he enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1986. During his military career, in his off time, he worked every base club as a DJ wherever he was stationed.

Tony hosts Storm Warning (fashioned after the infamous Quiet Storm). Tony believes music is life, and life has a rhythm that must be felt and not heard.