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Todd Snider goes live

Tuesday, November 9, 2010 – Todd Snider goes live on his next disc. "The Storyteller" will drop Feb. 1, 2011 on Snider's own imprint, Aimless Records.

The disc will include off-the-cuff and funny folkloric tales and meditations on contemporary culture from the humorous singer. Songs on the CD were backed by Great American Taxi during a recent performance in Nashville.

The new CD is a follow-up to this year's "The Excitement Plan."


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CD review - Cash Cabin Sessions, Vol. 3 There's a lot to be said for the old adage that you're known by the company you keep. So to all who think of Todd Snider as a snarky burnout with one minor '90s hit, take note of the guy's friends: Jerry Jeff Walker, John Prine, Loretta Lynn, Jason Isbell and so on. When people of a certain stature vouch for somebody, it matters. And if you study Snider's catalog from his start in 1994, you hear patterns emerge - razor-sharp wit and an x-ray vision to see through American ...
CD review - Time As We Know It: The Songs of Jerry Jeff Walker For Todd Snider, Jerry Jeff Walker looms larger than a mere musical hero. When Snider first relocated to Austin in the early '90s, Walker was the first singer/songwriter that Snider witnessed in the city's club scene, showing Snider by example he didn't necessarily require a band to achieve his musical goals. Somewhere along the line, Snider even camped out on Walker's sofa for a few months. Given their longstanding professional and personal connection, there can be little ...
CD review - The Storyteller "Some of this trouble just finds me," sings journeyman folk singer/troubadour Todd Snider on Greencastle Blues, the opening track of this career-spanning live collection, and that about sums up the kind of things that either happened directly to him or the characters that populate his songs, a distinction that's blurred more often than not. There's a full band backing Snider throughout, which adds some heft musically but it's mostly unnecessary as the focus is more on ...


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