Trapper Schoepp

Today's episode is a conversation I had with Milwaukee-based musician Trapper Schoepp. We discussed his love of Tom's music, the background behind his cover of Free Fallin' which you can find on all streaming platforms, his co-write with Bob Dylan (yes, you read that right!) and he rapid-fire answered my ten questions, which is why they aren't being broked out into a separate episiode. We were also joined by his wonderful pup, Leroy, who did his best to derail Trapper's tender story!

Go find Trapper's music at his website: and if you want to buy his music, you can head over to his bandcamp page and enter the promo code WILDFLOWERS, to get 40% off!

NOTE: This episode contains some profanity.

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All music, including the theme song, provided by my very best friend Randy Woods. Check him out at

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A last very special thanks to Paul Zollo. Without his book, Conversations with Tom Petty, this podcast wouldn't be nearly as much fun to research.

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