Boston, MA based pop-rock singer/songwriter Chris Trapper announces Spring 2009 support dates. Chris Trapper will be on tour supporting LA Times dubbed ‘soul-shouter, road-poet, folkie’ Martin Sexton. The Spring 2009 Tour begins in Boulder, CO at The Boulder Theater, on March 19, and ends with a string of select Canadian club/theatre dates.
Chris Trapper’s live show is a favorite among fans of indie alt-acoustic music. Chris’ on-stage persona is warm and inclusive, his songs speak to the heart and to everyday experiences, and audience members particularly appreciate the lighthearted moments with the ukulele.
Chris Trapper Spring Tour with Martin Sexton
March 19 Boulder, CO Boulder Theater
March 20 Breckenridge, CO Three20South
March 21 Aspen, CO Belly Up, Aspen
March 22 Durango, CO The Abbey Theatre
March 24 Flagstaff, AZ Orpheum Theatre
March 25 Scottsdale, AZ Martini Ranch
March 26 San Juan Cap, CA Coach House
April 01 Santa Barbara, CA SOHO Music Club
April 02 Santa Cruz, CA The Catalyst
April 03 Crystal Bay, NV Crystal Bay Club Crown Room
April 04 Sacramento, CA Harlow’s
April 05 Ashland, OR Stillwater
April 08 Missoula, MT Wilma Theatre
April 10 Calgary, AB University Theatre
April 11 Edmonton, AB Winspear Centre for Music
April 14 Regina, SK The Exchange
April 15 Winnipeg, MB Burton Cummings Theatre
April 17 Guelph, ON tba
April 18 Toronto, ON Mod Club
April 19 Ottawa, ON tba
Chris will continue to tour throughout 2009 in support of his new CD Til The Last Leaf Falls, collection of 13 alt-pop songs written and performed by the artist. Chris Trapper solo headlining dates will be announced within the coming weeks.
Til The Last Leaf Falls includes Chris Trapper's version of his original song 'This Time', a whimsical love letter of a pop anthem accented by Chris' signature guitar tuned down to a dropD. According to iTunes and Soundscan, This Time (vocals: Jonathan Rhys Meyers) is the most popular, most purchased, song from the Grammy Award nominated August Rush Motion Picture Soundtrack (Warner Bros. Pictures).