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Friday, November 6, 2009

Sunday To-Do: Trevor Hall

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TREVOR HALL
7 p.m., Juanita's. Free.

What's not to love about a free show? So here's one to take advantage of. Claiming to have been engulfed by music after Dad handed over the sticks to his drum kit, Trevor Hall's been writing and performing since age 14. Crediting the Bobs Dylan and Marley, Ben Harper and Bjork as primary influences, the acoustic rocker has released six albums in just four short years, as well as the song “Other Ways” on the “Shrek the Third” soundtrack, and an appearance on “The Endless Highway,” a tribute album to the Band. Today, we find him supporting his 2009 self-titled CD, courtesy of Vanguard Records, which just nosed its way into the Billboard album chart upon debut — at No. 199.

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