Overshadowed throughout his life by his older brother, Edmond Hall, Supplement Hall acquired a softer and smoother build over the clarinet and was talented in his have right. The kid of the clarinetist (Edward Hall) and something of five musical brothers, Supplement began playing banjo using the Niles Jazz Music group during 1923-25 before switching to clarinet and alto. He used Child Augustin Victor’s music group in Baton Rouge in 1926 and in 1927 transferred to New Orleans. After executing with Sidney Desvigne, Hall acquired a longterm association with Don Albert (1929-37 and 1938-40) including a relocation to San Antonio that lasted until 1945. Hall freelanced in Philadelphia (with Herman Autrey) and NY, was with Doc Cheatham in 1955 and toured European countries with Sammy Cost (1955-56). The clarinetist often performed at Jimmy Ryan’s and Eddie Condon’s membership in NY during the following 10 years. He toured with Crazy Costs Davison’s Jazz Giants (1968-69), proved helpful frequently with Don Ewell and in the 1970’s was often section of Bob Greene’s Globe of Jelly Move Morton show. Generally a reliable participant, Supplement Hall led an record apiece for Sackville (1969), Storyville (1970) and GHB (an 1980 established distributed to Louis Cottrell).