Oct 3, 2019
EP 8 - Trevor Hall
Today on the show we have my absolute favorite artist, Trevor Hall. My friend Stacey turned me on to his music years ago, and I remember when she asked for it to be put on and I was listening to country or something like that. And she was like, “Do you mind if I put some of my music on?” I was like, “OK….” But I'm a little protective of the music. And she put it on, and I never turned it off. Trevor is a fantastic artist. He has a lot of heart, a lot of soul. He writes it all himself. He just has a really cool story. His dad is a tennis pro that sells real estate. And the first time I met his dad, he had a polo on tucked into his jeans with a belt. He is the classic all-American looking guy. And then there's Trevor, who's, tattoos and, definitely much more laid-back kind of hippie vibe. And he's an artist and he's singing about spirituality. Look, I want to know how the hell that guy turns into that guy? Like, how did that happen in his family? So, we talked about that. We talked about travel. We talked about how music impacts him. And we talked about personal growth and how we can expand as human beings into a space that's not only better for others, but ultimately better for ourselves. So please enjoy.
Trevor is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist. His music is a mix of roots, folk, and reggae. Many of the artist's themes revolve around spirituality and life exploration. His latest album “The Fruitful Darkness” can be found on Apple Music and Spotify.