Wednesday Jun 28
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27/11
MP3 Leak of the Week: Trevor Hall

There’s a lot of things that can be said about Trevor Hall, the South Carolina born and Los Angeles, CA based artist who mixes folk with rock and reggae, but thanks to Hall, you can decide for yourself by downloading a song for FREE as this week’s MP3 Leak of the Week…

  • You can download the the song “Te Amo” for FREE on our home page under the MP3 Leak of the Week on the right hand column! This Download will only be available until Saturday December 3rd
  • Trevor Hall –“Te Amo”

    “Te Amo” Storyline:

    While looking outward for universal love, Hall is not afraid of turning inside. This shines through on the one song that is about human love, the gorgeous and heartbreaking “Te Amo.” The young man grows quieter than his usual buoyant self while explaining:

    “When you’re a musician, you meet a lot of people, but you’re always moving. You can’t really get attached to anyone. Sometimes you meet someone who really has a big effect on you. ‘Te Amo’ was a situation where I met a woman and fell in love very quickly, but I knew it wasn’t going to work because of my life. I had to make a decision. It’s a tricky place.”
    -Trevor Hall


    Trevor Hall Bio/Background:
    Trevor Hall’s 2009 self-titled Vanguard Records debut represented the young musician’s struggle with finding himself, his follow-up, Everything Everytime Everywhere that was released this year on Aug 23rd, is a courageous affirmation that he has become the man he had been seeking. Hall’s signature blend of catchy pop/rock songs infused with tasteful shades of reggae has made this diverse 24-year-old one of the most lauded up-and-coming musicians on the American music scene.

    “With the last album, I was exploring more,” Hall says from his Southern California home. “I was going through a struggle with myself, and all that grittiness came out. With this one I knew exactly what I wanted to do. I had much greater conviction.”

    Hall easily exudes that rare ability to write universal songs that appeal to broad audiences in the vein of two of his heroes, Ben Harper and Bob Marley. While Hall spends his days listening to Indian devotional music and Golden Era reggae from the 1960s and ‘70s, his music is modern and immediately recognizable. The eleven tracks on Everything Everytime Everywhere are guitar-driven gems that fit right at home in the catalog of his influences. Created with a host of incredible musicians, including longtime Matisyahu guitarist Aaron Dugan, bass player Brian Lang and drummer Aaron Sterling, Hall’s stellar guitar playing and distinctive voice is backed by a crew of sonic experts.


    Trevor Hall Links:
    Trevor Hall Website
    Trevor Hall Facebook
    Trevor Hall Twitter

  • Huge thanks again to Trevor Hall for giving us the song “Te Amo”, to post up for FREE download. Giving away music for FREE is a privilege that we’re grateful for and we appreciate the work these artists do! Please feel free to download this song for free and spread the awareness to your friends!


  • Enjoy the FREE track on the Home Page!
    Mike Patti

    Photo By: Kit Chalberg

    Here’s an acoustic video to the song “Te Amo” performed by Trevor Hall. Enjoy!



    2 Responses to MP3 Leak of the Week: Trevor Hall

    1. Lexi says:

      Thank you for this song! It is very close to my heart and such a lovely song… And even though I have it already, I don’t care! I’m getting it again :)

    2. lexis says:

      I just saw you in cocert in columbia at jillians ,and i must say you were fucking AMAZING and i think you should deffintly come back to columbia sc sooon! Also your so fucking hot! Haahah ((:

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