KALA, which means ‘time’ in Sanskrit, marks the final chapter in a trilogy that chronicles Trevor’s spiritual and musical journey over the past few years. Trevor explains, “KALA is about time the healer, time the teacher, time the friend, and all the lessons within. My hope and prayer is that these songs and stories will help inspire us to look at this journey of life in all its vastness rather than its limitation.”
Trevor Hall began songwriting and performing when he was 16 years old. He burst into the music scene with the song “Other Ways” which was featured on the Shrek the Third soundtrack. Hall’s captivating live performances and growing popularity have led to sold out tours across the country as well as touring with such artists as Steel Pulse, The Wailers, Jimmy Cliff, Matisyahu, Michael Franti, Colbie Caillat and SOJA. In 2009, Hall released his Vanguard Records debut, which featured the single “Unity,” a song written and performed with longtime friend, Matisyahu. His follow up album Everything, Everytime, Everywhere debuted on iTunes Rock Chart at #3, iTunes Top Albums at #12 and #8 Amazon Movers & Shakers. The featured single “Brand New Day” was used as the music bed for the reformatted CBS This Morning Show. Hall’s Chapter of the Forest debuted at #3 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart and #17 on the iTunes Overall Albums chart. New album KALA debuted #2 on iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart and #5 on Billboard’s Folk chart.
Trevor Hall’s music is an eclectic mix of acoustic rock, reggae and Sanskrit chanting that echo with the names and teachings of divinities, while maintaining an incredibly and refreshingly universal message.