Boston songwriter and acoustic guitarist Chris Trapper has built a dynamic career as a solo artist, band member, and commercial songwriter. Former member of The Push Stars, Trapper toured alongside a variety of high-profile bands, including Matchbox 20. Trapper has gone on to write theme music to popular television shows and release albums as a solo artist. Trapper's own music frequently incorporates humor along with emotional honesty, telling stories in the folk/blues tradition with a sense of self-aware irony and charm. Trapper's 2008 album is entitled 'Til The Last Leaf Falls and features hits such as "Look What the Wind Blew In" and "Cost of Constant Traveling". His part on Great Big Sea's 2003 album - Sea of No Cares earned him a SOCAN award and in 2018, he was inducted into the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame.