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Buffalo native Chris Trapper began his career as the frontman of pop trio The Push Stars before evolving into a modern-day troubadour. Trapper has grown his fan base the old-fashioned way: one gig at a time by engaging audiences and crafting exquisite tunes. Trapper's music has been regularly placed on the silver screen and played by local radio station WBER. This show is a fundraiser concert for WBER that finds Trapper with a brand spankin' new CD — "Technicolor" — and fresh off a UK tour with Colin Hay (remember Men At Work?). Nick Young opens.

Chris Trapper performs on Saturday, November 30, 9 p.m. at the Little Theatre, 240 East Ave. $25, wber.org.

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