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An evening of ground-breaking acoustic guitar
Trevor Gordon Hall
From the outskirts of Philadelphia PA, Trevor is an acoustic instrumentalist whose compositions range in style from driving rhythms to soft melodic phrases.
Trevor caught the eye of 9 time Grammy winning producer Joe Nicolo (James Taylor, Billy Joel, Bob Dylan, etc.), who produced two of Trevor’s releases entitled “Finding My Way” and “Let Your Heart Be Light”. These releases garnered high reviews and gave Trevor such opportunities as recording with bass virtuoso Michael Manring as well as continuing to share the stage with artists such as Pat Martino, Phil Keaggy, Don Ross, Andy Mckee, Alex Skolnick, The California Guitar Trio, Billy Cobham etc.
Trevor has collaborated with various builders to redesign an instrument called the kalimba, which mounts to the surface of the guitar. Compositions inspired by the pairing of the two instruments can be heard in Trevor’s Candyrat Records debut “Entelechy”. Upon its release, this album climbed the iTunes Singer/Songwriter charts, as well as YouTube Top Commented/Top Favorited/Most Discussed categories with the release of videos.
His music has been featured on various national radio stations including NPR and television networks including NBC. Trevor performs throughout the USA, Canada, and Europe.
“…In the genre of intriguing guitar players Trevor really stands out. His music is both soothing and challenging...” – Graham Nash - Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and well known member of the group Crosby, Stills, and Nash.
“...Creative imagination resides, as well as flourishes within certain artists, and it certainly does so in Trevor Gordon Hall. Ingenuity is something that always causes surprise, and this gentleman’s abilities are totally exceptional...” – Pat Martino - Legendary Jazz Guitarist
“…Trevor is very skilled...his compositions are beautiful, atmospheric, open and heartfelt...I admire him very much…” – Tommy Emmanuel, Award Winning guitar virtuoso
“...Trevor is one of the few post-Michael Hedges guitarists who has managed to incorporate that vast repository of innovation while having an artistic voice strong enough to steadfastly avoid imitation…a guitarist we will need to pay attention to…” – Will Ackerman, Grammy winning founder of the influential new age label Windham Hill Records.
"…Trevor is not only a fascinating guitarist, but a great composer as well as a musical inventor. I delighted in all the harmonic beauty and rhythms! The kalimba is a wonderful addition...this young man is extremely dedicated to his music and a great steward of the God blessed talent given to him..." – Phil Keaggy, Award Winning Guitarist and Songwriter
Craig D'Andrea is one of the younger faces you will find on the acoustic guitar scene, but he isn't playing like he's 24 years old. Craig has been receiving support from fans and critics alike since releasing his debut album "Crazy is Catching" on CandyRat Records in March of 2007. The release of his album, along with his title of 2007 Canadian Fingerstyle Champion, has given him the chance to tour in the United States and Canada with respected artists Andy McKee, Don Ross, Antoine Dufour and Peter Ciluzzi.
In the third grade, Craig began his music inclination when he chose to play the cello in his school's orchestra. The cello faded away and was replaced by the baritone ukulele which remained the only instrument in Craig's hands until 1999 when a high school friend introduced him to the acoustic guitar. During his first few years as a guitarist, Craig took basic lessons that allowed him to form his technique and musical style. With the help of his teacher, Craig discovered his main influences such as Lindsay Buckingham, Don Ross and Leo Kottke.
Later in high school, Craig studied classical guitar for three years and planned to attend college to be a classical performance major. After doing well in his auditions, Craig decided to get his degree in Sound Recording and Production from the University of New Haven. The choice not to study guitar allowed him to concentrate his musical efforts towards composing and developing his own sound.
D'Andrea found success in 2006 when he placed third in the Canadian Fingerstyle Championship, and even more, when he took first place in 2007. With the help of his win and a CD that showed promise, Craig was asked to tour with Andy McKee, Don Ross and Antoine Dufour in the United States and Canada.