Trevor Hall (singer)

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Trevor Hall
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Background information
Born (1986-11-28) November 28, 1986 (age 34)
OriginHilton Head Island, South Carolina, United States
Roots music
Occupation(s)Singer, musician
InstrumentsVocals, guitar
Years active2001–present
LabelsVanguard Records, Geffen Records (former), White Balloon

Trevor Hall (born November 28, 1986) is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist. His music is a mix of roots, folk, and reggae. Many of Hall's themes revolve around spirituality and life exploration.


Kala (2015)[edit]

His album, KALA, written in Hawaii and recorded in Los Angeles, was released on August 21, 2015. It debuted at No. 2 on the iTunes singer-songwriter chart.[1]

The Fruitful Darkness (2018)[edit]

Released on June 1, 2018, The Fruitful Darkness was Hall's first completely independent release. After working with established labels for the first decade of his career, this project was supported solely by his fans and was the No. 1 music campaign in 2017 on KickStarter.[2] Relix praised the album, saying "The Fruitful Darkness takes stock of Hall's inner world and, as you observe him wade through the abyss, he challenges you to do the same.[3]"

In And Through The Body (2020)[edit]

Released on September 25, 2020, In And Through The Body was another of Hall's completely independent release. Described as his most mature sound yet, the album "touches on the timeless human themes of love, struggle, growth and redemption," utilizing a "palette of genres that span from folk, roots-rock, indie, and electronic, all with a consistent wash of authentic far-Eastern influence."[4]

Notable Highlights[edit]

Trevor Hall was a guest on Danica Patrick's podcast "Danica Patrick Pretty Intense." Patrick praised Hall's music, saying he "has a lot of heart, a lot of soul. He writes it all himself. He just has a really cool story.[5]"

Hall headlined the historic Red Rocks Amphitheater on June 16, 2019, playing a packed show with Nahko and Medicine for the People, as well as Ayla Nereo.[6] After the success of the show, Hall later announced on November 19, 2019, that he will be returning to headline the history Red Rocks Amphitheater on May 1, 2020.

Personal life[edit]

Background and early life[edit]

Trevor Hall grew up in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. He grew up surrounded by music due in part to his father who was a drummer and musician.[7] After dabbling with multiple instruments including trombone and bass, he decided to learn guitar in hopes of becoming a singer-songwriter one day.[7] At age 16 he recorded his first album.[8] Shortly after, Hall left South Carolina for Los Angeles where he enrolled and studied classical guitar at Idyllwild Arts Academy.[8] During his time, he was introduced to yoga and meditation practices and spirituality, which made a major impact on him and has since influenced his life and music. He stated that one of the most important weekends of his life was when he went to a Hindu temple for a weekend while at Idyllwild. At the temple, he learned about the Hindu goddess Kali and was happily surprised to find out people worship God as a woman. After he graduated, he attended a Kali Mandir (Hindu temple) and eventually accepted Hindu Swami Bhajanananda Saraswati as his guru. He has stated that he tries to treat his music as karma yoga, where he wants to create music that will help other people.[9] During his senior year at Idyllwild Arts Academy, Hall was signed to Geffen Records,[8] which signaled the formal start of his career.


Trevor Hall is married to photographer Emory Hall. The two met in 2010 while in India, where Emory was studying at the time.[10] He had a son, named Kailash born March 2021.



Live albums

Studio albums

Compilation appearances

With "The Villagers Crew"


  • "Unity"
  • "Volume"
  • "Brand New Day"
  • "Moon/Sun"


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  4. ^ "BIO". Trevor Hall. Retrieved December 14, 2020.
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  7. ^ a b "Trevor Hall: Awakening Your Spiritual Consciousness ... a Powerful Form of Activism". July 27, 2017. Retrieved August 2, 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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  9. ^ "How Trevor Hall's Practice Inspires His Music". Yoga Journal. October 3, 2008. Retrieved April 5, 2021.
  10. ^ "Emory Hall · Wanderlust". Wanderlust. Retrieved September 3, 2018.

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