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Connor Hall got his start as a church music director in Greenville, South Carolina. In 1943, he used his connections to the Church Of God denomination to secure the right to use the name Homeland Harmony Quartet. He would sing tenor with that group for many years to follow alongside long-time baritone James McCoy and an ever-changing cast of lead singers, bass singers, and pianists.