He's played Bonnaroo and Langerado. He's toured with Ben Harper, the Wailers, and Steel Pulse. Now, Trevor Hall is taking his acoustic folk/hip hop/reggae mashup on the road solo and he'll be hitting Culture Room July 18. Hall's music stands out from many of his fellow folk singer/songwriters for a couple reasons: He uses a good amount of reggae influences in the sound and the lyrics. Many of Trevor's songs are about personal discovery, spirituality, and the journey to find oneself, but it doesn't come off as being preachy or self-important. Instead, it's a young man chronicling his life for all to hear. Hit the jump to check Trevor Hall out, or hit up Ticketmaster for the July 18 show.
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