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Snider assembles new band to hit road

Wednesday, June 12, 2019 – Todd Snider assembled a new band to hit the road in September to play a few select shows on the continuation of his 'Cash Cabin Session' album tour.

Snider will gather together with Hard Working Americans' band mates Neal Casal, Jesse Aycock and Chad Staehly as well as welcome into the fold Nashville drummer Ken Coomer (Uncle Tupelo/Wilco). At the headlining shows in St. Louis and Memphis, Snider will perform one solo set and then play a full set with the new band.

Tour dates are:

June 13 -- Syracuse, NY -- Westcott Theater
June 14 -- Holyoke, MA -- Gateway City Arts
June15 -- Fairfield, CT -- StageOne at FTC
June16 -- Wilmington, DE -- The Queen
June18 -- Norfolk, VA -- The Norva
June 20 -- Charlotte, NC -- Neighborhood Theatre
June 21 -- Atlanta, GA -- Variety Playhouse
June 22 -- Chattanooga, TN -- Robert Kirk Walker Theatre
June 23 -- Knoxville, TN -- Bijou Theatre
July 18 -- Elkin, NC -- Reeves Theater
July 29 -- Greenville, NC -- State Theatre
July 20 -- Baltimore, MD -- Soundstage
July 21 -- Trumansburg, NY -- Trumansburg Finger Lakes Grassroots Festival
July 24 -- Hudson, NY -- Helsinki Club
July 25 -- Portland, ME -- Port City Music Hall
July 26 -- Newport, RI -- Newport Folk Festival
July 27 -- Sellersville, PA -- Sellersville Theater 1894
Aug. 9 -- Iowa City, IA -- Englert Civic Theatre
Aug. 10 -- Hillsboro, WI -- People Fest
Aug. 11 -- Kalamazoo, MI -- Bell's Eccentric Cafe
Sept. 19 -- St. Louis, MO -- The Grandel
Sept. 20 --Tahlequah, OK -- Medicine Stone
Sept. 21 -- Memphis, TN -- The Crosstown Theatre
Sept. 28 -- Bogalusa, LA -- Bogalusa Blues & Heritage Festival
Oct. 25 -- Livermore, CA -- Bankhead Theater at Livermore PAC

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The Storyteller CD review - The Storyteller
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Concert Review: Combs, Gill, Harris, Crow comprise one final musical platter – Vince Gill played host to an entertaining guitar pull, a show which also featured his longtime friend, Emmylou Harris, slightly newer friend Sheryl Crow and brand-new friend Luke Combs. Gill joked from the outset that this All for the Hall fundraising show needed Combs to sell tickets, and by the audience's response, it was clear many came only to see Combs.... »»»
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