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Musician Trevor Hall shares how music has led him on a healing journey to wellbeing

Trevor Hall is a gifted singer/songwriter originally from South Carolina, whose lifelong connection to music began at a young age. He recorded his debut album at just sixteen and later studied classical guitar in California, where he embraced yoga and meditation, which influenced his music profoundly. Trevor's distinctive style blends folk roots with electronic elements, inspired by his deep love for Eastern Mysticism, making him a leader in the conscious music community. He has achieved significant milestones, from headlining Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado to international tours with renowned artists, such as Ziggy Marley. Alongside his wife Emory, Trevor founded the Where the Rivers Meet Foundation, reflecting their dedication to giving back to the lands and people of India and Nepal that have deeply impacted their lives. Find out more by visiting

Dan Miller is using his Military Veteran benefits to complete a graduate program at Idaho State University. Dan served gallantly as a Navy Hospital Corpsman in the Fleet Marine Forces. After his honorable discharge, Dan found himself redefined as a Veteran who battled with PTSD, alcoholism, substance abuse, and addiction. Dan found strength in Recovery, enjoys a life worth living, and is pursuing his MBA in Project Management.