By Mitch Teich
April 19, 2013
WUWM Lake Effect
Regular Lake Effect listeners will recognize Trapper Schoepp's name from the weekly credits on this show. Trapper worked in various capacities on Lake Effect for four years while he studied at UW-Milwaukee.
To say he's gone on to do interesting work since then is a vast understatement. We interviewed Trapper and his band, the Shades, not long after their first CD, "Lived and Moved" was released.But the band's 2012 release ushered in a breathtaking year for a young band, putting them on the rock-and-roll map far outside the borders of Wisconsin. "Run, Engine, Run" was the band's debut album after signing a record deal with Los Angeles-based Side One Dummy Records.
Read the full article and listen to the interview at WUWM.