Trevor Hall’s music – an eclectic mix of acoustic rock, reggae and Sanskrit chanting – echo with the names and teachings of divinities, while maintaining a refreshingly universal message. At sixteen, Hall recorded his first record, and the following year he left South Carolina to study classical guitar at Idyllwild Arts Academy, an international boarding school east of Los Angeles. While studying in Los Angeles, he was introduced to yoga and other spiritual practices, which had significant influence on his music and lifestyle. Deeply inspired, he began traveling to India annually. During Hall’s senior year he signed a record deal with Geffen Records.
Hall quickly broke through the music scene, releasing a song on the Shrek the Third soundtrack, and joining a series of tours with artists such as Steel Pulse, The Wailers, Jimmy Cliff, Matisyahu, Michael Franti, Nahko & Medicine for the People, SOJA, Brett Dennen and Colbie Callait. Hall has released a successful series of musical albums. In 2009, Hall released his Vanguard Records debut, a self-titled album, which featured the single “Unity,” written and performed with his longtime friend, Matisyahu. His follow up album, Everything, Everytime, Everywhere, debuted on the iTunes Rock Chart at #3 and #12 on the iTunes Top Albums. The featured single, “Brand New Day” was used as the music bed for the CBS This Morning Show. Hall’s 2014 release, Chapter of the Forest, debuted at #3 on the iTunes Singer/songwriter Chart and #17 on the iTunes Top Albums Chart. Trevor Hall’s latest album, KALA, written in Hawaii and recorded in LA, was released August 21st, 2015. It debuted at #2 on the iTunes singer/songwriter chart.