A good pianist and a talented arranger, Fred Hall is most crucial for his are the first choice of his Glucose Babies, an organization that recorded many choices during 1925-30. Hall proved helpful in early stages with publishing homes as a tune plugger and a composer. He previously a experience for the actual dancing public needed and with Arthur Areas often acquiring the vocal refrains, his music group (generally a septet) symbolized the carefree attitude from the past due 1920’s. The music ranged from scorching jazz to novelties and sometimes smoother dance music. Through the five-year period, Hall’s ensemble had not been only referred to as The Glucose Babies but documented beneath the pseudonyms of Fred Hall’s Humor Entertainers, The Hometowners, The Pa Melody Syncopators, as Arthur Areas and his Assassinators, Arthur Areas as well as the Noodlers, the Tin Skillet Paraders and Billy Adam’ Dance Orchestra! In every Hall’s band documented over 160 choices. The ensemble generally featured trumepter Jack port Mollick (Mike Mosiello got over in 1929), trombonist Harry Blevins, Eddie Grosso on clarient and alto, banjoist Albert Russo, Al Morse on tuba, drummer Joseph Mayo as well as the incredibly versatile (if neglected) Philip d’Arcy on violin, harmonica (among the initial in jazz) and second piano. Fred Hall himself seldom soloed. In the past due 1920’s, Fred Hall and Arthur Areas appeared regularly on the radio present (“The Sunday Drivers”) and had written some songs which “I ACQUIRED A Code In By Dosage” is certainly best-known. Using the rise from the Depression as well as the alter in musical preferences, Hall and Areas split up their musical relationship in 1932 (after documenting six vocal duets). Although Fred Hall continuing writing tracks (signing up for ASCAP in 1939), hardly any is well known of his later on life. He passed away at age 56 in 1954.