b. 1908, USA, d. 1959, Hollywood, LA, California, USA. Purveyors of ‘nice’ big music group dance sounds, culture group the Hal Grayson Orchestra created in 1932 in California, USA. Grayson was supported by sidemen who at onetime included a Stan Kenton, with vocalists Betty Grable, Martha Tilton and Shirley Ross. Aswell as wedding ceremonies and features the group embarked on main trips of the period’s most well-known ballroom venues, like the Jantzen Seaside Resort in Portland, the St. Francis and Ambassador Resorts in California as well as the Avalan Resort in Catalinia. Throughout their 12-season existence, which finished in 1944, in addition they secured dates on the Waldorf-Astoria in NY and made an appearance in a small number of Warner Brothers films. Following the end from the music group Grayson remained mixed up in music industry in a number of jobs, but never came back to music group leading. He experienced a nervous break down in the first 50s, and was hospitalised on the Camarillo State Medical center until 1958.