Sandra Hall born and reared in Atlanta, Georgia. Sandra grew up in a little community called Oakland City where her grandfather was the Pastor of Whitesville Baptist Church. At age four Sandra and her sister Barbara Hall (who was five) started singing gospel while their grandmother played the piano. Their mother was on the road singing gospel. At age twelve and thirteen years old Sandra and Barbara started singing at a club in Atlanta called Club 400. They worked that club until they each graduated from high school. Sandra was dancing, singing, going to nursing school and was now a single mom.
Sandra formed a group called The Exotics. They were opening acts for Otis Redding, Joe Tex, Johnny Taylor, B.B. King, Jerry Butler, the Temptations, and the O’Jays at the legendary Royal Peacock on Auburn Avenue in Atlanta. She then went solo, and she found herself in the Blues. As a solo artist she recorded two albums for Ichiban Records in the mid-90s. She self-released the album Little Red Riding Hood in 2001