VIDEO: Trapper Schoepp – “Devil’s Kettle”

Traveling and experiencing the world has influenced Americana for decades, and it once again inspires on Trapper Schoepp’s new track, “Devil’s Kettle.” The song was inspired by an area of Highway 61 in Minnesota, rumored to be where gangsters would dispose of bodies underneath the waterfall. There’s even more lore to this track, as Schoepp recorded it using one of Johnny Cash’s Martin guitars from his living room. The sound feels like pure early country, updated with a roots rock tone to Schoepp’s vocals. The video was shot in Tennessee, featuring Trapper getting back to the country, with vintage cartoons interspersed over the performance. Don’t get caught in the “Devil’s Kettle,” but check out the video below:

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