Trapper Schoepp is a musical force to be reckoned with. His brand new album, "Siren Songs," is his strongest effort to date, and was recorded in the Cash Cabin, a retreat and private recording studio built by the legendary Man in Black, himself, Johnny Cash.
With fourteen songs in hand, Trapper arrived at the fabled cabin with Jayhawks multi-instrumentalist, John Jackson, and Wilco basset, Pat Sansone to produce Trapper's new album.
Trapper and I dig into his musical journey and how he ended up the youngest person to share a songwriting credit with another musical legend, Bob Dylan.
You will hear two great cuts from "Siren Songs" during the episode and hear Trap and I chat about his experience touring with Americana powerhouse bands like Old 97 and The Jayhawks, and even how I got to introduce Trapper years ago at a show in San Diego. It's a blast of a chat that I hope you enjoy.
TRAPPER is ON THE ROAD! Keep up with show dates, pick up some merch at his website: http://trapperschoepp.com/
"Cliffs of Dover" written by Trapper Schoepp. Used by permission.
"The Fool" written by Trapper Schoepp. Used by permission.
Podcast theme song "Arise and Shine" written by Chris Taylor. Used by permission.
To hear more of Chris Taylor's wonderful music and see his visual art, please visit www.christaylorworld.com
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