Blues, soul, funk, and Americana artist Shane Hall (the Klay) spent several years fronting Shane Hall & the Diabolicals before going solo. His album Thickteeth was released in 2014.
A 2018 single “Tomorrow” was promoted with a video treatment co-created by Oceanside’s Cinematic Art and Sound. He also appeared at the 2018 Kaaboo Festival.
His song "Under My Voodoo" is among more than 30 never-before-released acoustic covers on the January 2021 compilation album The House That Bradley Built. The Deluxe Edition includes over 50 covers from the catalog of Bradley Nowell’s band Sublime, on all streaming platforms and as a three-disc CD set. Profits from the album will go to the Nowell Family Foundation to help build Bradley’s House, an opioid abuse treatment facility in Southern California named in honor of late Sublime frontman. Other locals on the compilation include Pepper, 40 oz. to Freedom, Mike Pinto, Iration, E.N. Young, Buck-O-Nine, and Hirie.
On July 13, 2021, his band lost $30,000 worth of gear to thieves who stole their rented U-Haul tour trailer while it was parked outside a Salt Lake City hotel room, near the city's airport. Local Utah musicians loaned the band enough gear to perform their area engagements, which were the first dates of their west coast Mountains & Plains Tour 2021. The $3000 rental fee for the missing 5×8 enclosed U-Haul trailer with Wisconsin plates was paid for with the help of a GoFundMe campaign to finance that and replace their lost equipment.
Hall took home a trophy for Best Americana, Jazz or Blues Song at the 2021 San Diego Music Awards for "Under My Voodoo."