163: Trevor Hall on the Spiritual Practice of Music

“I don’t write the music. I mean, it’s like given to me. It’s coming through me and I am learning from it and I’m listening to it too.”


In this episode, musician Trevor Hall, explores the spiritual practice of music. Trevor discusses the tour lifestyle, from the demanding schedule to his experience as a conduit for the music flowing through him. He reflects on his spiritual background, including how he found the teachings of Neem Karoli Baba. Trevor recounts how his time in the wilderness gave him the creative and spiritual inspiration to form his album, “Chapter of the Forest.” He reveals the powerful and personal meaning behind his latest album “Kala.” Lastly, Trevor previews what’s ahead for him, both in his music and tour schedule.

* Podcast sponsored by Revolution Why: Revolution Why is a four-day retreat for millennials who want to challenge the status quo and question their relationship with their work, health, food, and other people, held from September 23rd-26th, 2016 in Charles Town, WV. If you are interested in receiving the early bird discount, apply now on revolutionwhy.com (discount ends 12/14/15)

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