Trevor Hall Makes His Journey Back To Concord Music Hall

Nearing the end of his ‘Moon Sun Tour,’ singer-songwriter, Trevor Hall is returning to Concord Music Hall yet again on Friday, March 29th. Along with Hall comes special guests, Dirtwire and Will Evans as well.

In June of 2018, Hall released his seventh studio album, ‘The Fruitful Darkness,’ and his biggest success yet, reaching number four on the iTunes Alternative Album charts. This is Hall’s first independent album. With the help of his fans, what he calls “the Villagers,” Hall fully funded the album and it became the #1 music campaign of its kind in 2017.

Press play and watch the heartwarming music video of “MOON/SUN;” a song that brings nothing but positive energy through its call for love, unity and understanding.  

Growing up on Hilton Head Island in South Carolina, Hall has always been surrounded by music. At a young age, he realized that music was more than just his passion, but his life’s art. At sixteen, Hall moved to Los Angeles, where he studied classical guitar and found a gratitude for yoga and meditation. Unaware of it at the time, this would all influence Hall’s journey significantly.

The roots, folk and reggae singer-songwriter appears to be the ultimate lover of life. Whether he is exploring India, writing music in Hawaii, or playing live shows in Chicago, Hall takes all of his experiences and emotions and puts them into his music. Through his music, Hall is exceedingly open about his life journey. It is nearly impossible not to connect with his beautiful and raw lyrics as well as the stories behind them.

Hall has made a request that each listener play the album at least once in its entirety and in order, before shuffling around so that they can feel the emotion and depth that builds in the album, So, before his show at Concord, we suggest that you do exactly that. Listen to ‘The Fruitful Darkness,’ start to finish in addition to his other music.

Get your tickets HERE and come join us for a night filled with positive energy at Concord Music Hall on Friday, March 29th.

Written by Mary Connor Cox