Kay Houston Hall is a freelance composer and author who considers herself one of the steel magnolias of the South. She won the first place national award from the Freedom’s Foundation at Valley Forge for her song “The American Way.”
A staunch promoter of patriotism, in 1960 she wrote an essay on “Our Constitution, Worth Having, Worth Defending” and presented it in the American Legion Oratorical Contest, winning first place in the state and Southeast region.
Kay holds a Bachelor of Music Degree from Shorter College and a Masters of Music Degree from Georgia State University. Having a strong interest vested in Christian choral music, Kay went on to have several anthems published.
Kay presently enjoys acting and you may have caught her in local commercials or in a television episode of Murder Comes to Town. She is the proud grandmother of Will and Emily.