“Everything, Everytime, Everywhere,” Is My New Mantra
While I’m not one to enjoy the bohemian genre usually, Trevor Hall’s music definitely resonates with me; thus, shattering my preconceptions that all bohemian archetypes sound like Bob Marley. His newest album, Everything, Everytime, Everywhere carries the messages of love, compassion and the innate desire to create music that shines through soulful lyrics. In contrast to other musicians on their downtime either going back to record new material or unwind in a string of indulgences when not touring, Hall goes to Allahabad, India where he works with orphans of Yoga Vedanta Kutir. In another saint-like giving-back gesture, Trevor raised over $15,000 for these communities through donations from fans and friends during his tour. Overall, his voice sounds soothing and rustic as he delivers such empowering and authentic messages throughout his music. His tour continues through November as he spreads his musical glory through Jacksonville, New York and Los Angeles to name a few. Not to mention, it doesn’t hurt that he is easy on the eyes as well, but that’s another story for another day.
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