Chris Trapper

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Chris Trapper.jpg

Chris Trapper (born March 31, 1971 in Buffalo, New York) is a musician based in Boston, Massachusetts, best known as the lead singer of The Push Stars.[1] With The Push Stars, Trapper has written material for four studio albums and three self-produced discs. Several of his songs have been picked up for major motion picture soundtracks including There's Something About Mary and Say It Isn't So and for television shows such as Pepper Dennis, ER, and Malcolm in the Middle.

In 2003, he received a SOCAN award for his songwriting contribution to the album Sea of No Cares by Great Big Sea. Christopher Seufert has directed several live music videos of songs from Trapper's second solo album, Gone Again, with the Wolverine Jazz Band.

Trapper has filmed cameo appearances for a 2006 episode of Pepper Dennis and for the 2007 film August Rush starring Robin Williams.


Technicolor (2013)

  1. Extraordinary
  2. Northwest Sun
  3. Technicolor
  4. All of This and Everything
  5. I'll Count You
  6. West Side
  7. The Accident
  8. Ohio
  9. Bye Bye Beautiful
  10. God in Every Cloud
  11. Good Times
  12. Werewolf in Times Square
  13. Sober For a Living
  14. For the Wondering
  15. Waving as I Go
  16. Top of the Sky
  17. From the Ashes

The Few & The Far Between (2011)

  1. Here All Along (featuring Rob Thomas)
  2. Long Goodbye
  3. The More I Think (featuring Colin Hay)
  4. Skin
  5. Ghost in Your Arms (featuring Kristin Cifelli)
  6. Easy Flyer
  7. Few and Far Between
  8. Still In Me
  9. Eyes Twice the Size
  10. Not Normal
  11. Search Inside
  12. Wake me With Your Kiss
  13. Lonesome Parade (for Phyllis Malloy & Juri Bunetta)
  14. Home

Into The Bright Lights [EP] (2010)

  1. Family Tree
  2. The Game Is Done
  3. Into The Bright Lights
  4. Heartaches On Parade
  5. From The Balcony
  6. Already Gone
  7. Black Sky Blue

'Til The Last Leaf Falls (2008)

  1. This Time
  2. Wait a Lifetime
  3. Black Hearted Bride
  4. Cost of Constant Traveling
  5. In My Sight
  6. Look What the Wind Blew In
  7. Big Mistake
  8. Least You're Breathing
  9. Across the World
  10. Curbside View
  11. Black Eye
  12. Til the Last Leaf Falls
  13. Passing

Songs From the Middle of the World - Solo/Acoustic Rarities Vol.1 (2008)

  1. Faded and Jaded
  2. A Day Without You
  3. $100 Man
  4. Living Downtown
  5. Letter to the Middle of the World
  6. These Mistakes
  7. Black Sky Blue
  8. Feel Like Staying Home
  9. The Losing End
  10. Falling Away
  11. Avalanche
  12. Mid-Summer Nights Kidnapping Case
  13. Hard Times
  14. Wrong Side of Town
  15. What Are You Gonna Do?
  16. Who Can Save Me
  17. Anywhere You Are

It's Christmas Time (2007)

  1. It's Christmas Time
  2. Black and Blue Christmas
  3. Thorn Becomes a Rose
  4. Christmas Magic
  5. One Bright Star
  6. This December
  7. Wish It Was Christmas Day
  8. California Holiday
  9. Christmas Ends a Day Too Soon
  10. Mystified

Hey You (2006)

  1. Feelings Without Weight
  2. Into the Wasteland
  3. Say It Loud
  4. In From the Outside
  5. See Something Fly
  6. Wish I Was Cool
  7. Forget Me
  8. 35th Birthday
  9. Perfumed Hair
  10. Tear Choked Eye
  11. Yearning to be Burning
  12. Better Half
  13. Lonely Valentine
  14. Every Time I See You
  15. Weightless

Gone Again (2005)

  1. All Time Favorite
  2. Gone Again
  3. Nowhere
  4. Jukebox Lights
  5. Away We Go
  6. Boston Girl
  7. Dinner and a Dream
  8. Kids to Chase
  9. Meant to Be
  10. Party at the Andersons
  11. Kiss You Where You Lay

Songs From the Drive-In (2002)

  1. Time to Forgive
  2. Elvis Presley Boulevard
  3. Midnight Cabaret
  4. Summertime is Here
  5. House Next to the Drive-In
  6. Happy Where I Am
  7. Birthday Song
  8. Ever Since the Day
  9. Me and My Blue Water
  10. Starlight


  1. ^ CMJ New Music Report. CMJ Network, Inc. 1999-05-17. pp. 3–. Retrieved 5 July 2012. 

External links[edit]