The family-friendly acoustic show will feature a blend of folk/pop and country and will start at 8 p.m. Admission is free.
The Inman Street Coffeehouse, operated by the Salvation Army of Cleveland, is at 437 Inman St.
Coincidentally, the building once housed the Western Auto store Hall’s father managed in the 70’s. Hall grew up in Cleveland and now lives in Nashville.
Mark Kelly Hall's songs reflect the spiritual heritage of the Bible-belt South, combined with a lifelong fascination with American pop culture. Since college, church-related volunteer work has taken him and his guitar to Puerto Rico, Harlem, Hawaii, the Pacific Northwest, Minsk and, most recently, South Africa.
He has performed in various area venues including Riverbend, the Southern Belle and various churches and coffeehouses.