Hali’s song Cotton Candy Lover won a Certificate of Merit from the American Song Festival International songwriting competition.
I Danced on My Mother’s Toes won an Honorable Mention Certificate of Achievement from the Fourth Annual Billboard Song Contest. She also performed it as a finalist in the Columbia River Folk Festival Emerging Songwriter Competition (sponsored by the Kerrville Foundation).
Walking Shoes won 3rd Place in the WDST (Woodstock, NY) Song Contest.
She performed Jamie as a finalist in the Napa Valley Folk Festival Emerging Songwriter Competition.
Bottom of the Ninth was aired on KNBR-San Francisco preceding the first game of the 1989 Bay Bridge World Series.
Children’s Crusade appears on the Freedom Song Network compilation tape, Can’t Keep Us Quiet.
Hali has been listed in Who’s Who of American Women. She is an active member of Freedom Song Network.
Some artists Hali has appeared on the same bill as are: Country Joe McDonald, Eric Anderson, Jackson Browne, Jessie Colin Young, John Sebastian, Pete Seeger, David Maloney (of Reilly and Maloney), Wavy Gravy, Darryl Cherney, Dave Lippman, Alice DiMicele.