More than just a passion, Trevor Hall knows that music was his life’s art. Raised in South Carolina on an island, at sixteen he recorded his first album soon after which he left South Carolina for Idyllwild Arts Academy in California where he studied classical guitar and was introduced to the practices of yoga and meditation, which he states was a great influence on his life and his music career. His music is a blend of folk music and roots which is embodied by a love of Eastern Mysticism. In the music community,  Trevor was able to form a deep connection with his growing fan base because of his unique sound and way of life.

He completed a series of sold-out tours, some of which were alongside various collaborating artists as Ziggy Marley, Steel Pulse, Jimmy Cliff, Michael Franti, Matisyahu, Xavier Rudd and Nahko & Madeline for the People. His other full-length albums that were released in 2014, (Chapter of the Forest), and 2015 (KALA), had songs that were both number three and number two on the iTunes chart for singer/songwriter, which also were followed by tours in the US and Australia.

Aside from his mission to spread love and healing through his music, he also collects donations to support children’s education in India, though he continuously donates to various relief funds and local charities around the world.

Trevor’s first independent release, “The Fruitful Darkness,” is supported by THE VILLAGERS, what his fan base calls themselves, has now become the number one music campaign of its kind in 2017. It’s about journeying through the unknown, the darkness so to speak, opposed to playing it safe, you remain vulnerable to the unknown. The album itself has new sounds and explores sonic terrain as it’s being released unconventional as three song instalments on three specific lunar dates.

For those eccentric people and those who want to make a difference in this world, give Trevor Hall a listen, he will surely change your outlook on life through his music.