Edmond Hall (15 May 1901 in New Orleans ? 11 February 1967 in Boston) was a United States jazz clarinetist from a musical family. His father Edward and brothers Robert, Clarence and Herb were all clarinetists as well, while a fourth brother played bass.
Hall performed for several New Orleans bands before going to New York City with Alonzo Ross. In the city he played with a variety of groups and by the 1940s turned down an offer by Duke Ellington in order to work with Teddy Wilson. He was later part of Eddie Condon's group and after that the Louis Armstrong All-Stars band, and after Armstrong's death, Edmond Hall performed with Papa Bue's Viking Jazz Band in Copenhagen. He traveled to Ghana with Louis Armstrong in 1956. He returned sometime later and ran a band at the Hotel Ambassador in Accra.