Trevor Hall to stop in Btown


Trevor Hall, alternative rock-reggae American singer, lyricist and guitarist, will be headlining at Higher Ground April 1. He will be supported by “America’s Got Talent” runner-up singer/guitarist Cas Haley.

Hall is still touring with his new album, “Everything Everytime Everywhere” which was released on Aug. 23, and continues to perform live across the United States.

This album is a follow-up to Hall’s self-titled album, released in 2009, and will be his sixth label-released album. He has also released two live albums and one album that was canceled, but then anonymously leaked on the Internet.

Hall is influenced by Bob Marley and Ben Harper (who is performing at Higher Ground Oct. 2) – referring to them as his “musical heroes,” according to a BC Music review – and writes songs about life, love and community set to pop/rock/reggae beats.

Hall’s lyrics leave musical messages; his most recent single “Brand New Day” tells the listener to “live your life, come rise up, come give love.” The pop-rock anthemic tune speaks of letting go and embracing the present. 

Tickets are being sold on Higher Ground’s website.