Todd Snider

Todd Snider has announced 'Live: Return Of The Storyteller' (out September 23 via Todd's own Aimless Records and Thirty Tigers), a brand new live collection of songs and stories captured during his first performances after venues opened back up last year.

Todd Snider has announced his "American Troubadour Tour" for September and October of this year, or - as he refers to it - the continuation of his "second tour - because I went out on the road in '94 and never went home until the pandemic." The dates will begin on the East Coast, with a September 7th kick off at the Harvester Performance Center in Rocky Mount, VA, before continuing west through Denver's Paramount Theatre, Seattle's Neptune Theatre and San Francisco's Great American Music Hall among many many others.

You don’t often hear about an artist reinventing their sound twenty albums into a celebrated career. But for Todd Snider, his latest release, First Agnostic Church of Hope and Wonder (2021), isn’t so much a sudden change in direction as an arrival after years of searching.

Corb Lund will release Songs My Friends Wrote across digital platforms on April 29th via New West Records. The 10-song set features Lund putting his spin on some of his favorite songs written by close friends and world-class songwriters such as Hayes Carll, Todd Snider, Canadian Country Music Legend Ian Tyson, and more. Songs My Friends Wrote is the follow up to 2020’s critically acclaimed Agricultural Tragic.

Todd Snider, who Rolling Stone hails as “America's sharpest storyteller,” is headed back to the live music circuit following a year-long hiatus due to Covid-19. Beginning this month, Snider will embark on his "Return of the Storyteller” tour, an extensive cross-country trek that includes more than 50 live concert dates taking place throughout the remainder of 2021.

Todd Snider has released First Agnostic Church of Hope And Wonder today, a new record which led the East Nashvillian to comment that "it’s hard to think of a more appropriate statement of purpose"...and that's despite the fact Snider appears in character as a conman reverend throughout. Or perhaps because of it. A concept record ("like when Kiss did Songs from the Elder or when W.A.S.P.

This is normally where we'd describe Todd Snider's new song "The Get Together," but as the man himself says in the track's liner notes "language is a trick...as soon as you buy into it you’re hooked. now you gotta learn the name of everything. if you want to make it sound mature you can call it expanding your vocabulary, but it’s just a bunch of nonsense.

Todd Snider has described the First Agnostic Church of Hope And Wonder - the namesake for his remarkable nineteenth studio album out April 23 on Aimless Records / Thirty Tigers - as a house of worship presided over by "a preacher who's full of shit, and when everyone starts to realize it, he asks God to help and God does, proving once and for all that God is hilarious." With this premise, the groundwork is laid for Todd's one-of-a-kind writing style to thrive - irreverent humor, somehow seamlessly woven with intricate and poignant storyte

The legendary Tom Jones recently shared his cover of Todd Snider’s “Talking Reality Television Blues” which you can listen to here.

The song was first released on Snider’s critically acclaimed album Cash Cabin Sessions Vol. 3 which came out in 2019, and Jones’ cover will appearing on an album he has coming this Spring.

The Caverns, a live music venue inside a Tennessee cave, announced five new shows for 2020 with songwriting troubadours, bluegrass legends and hard rock bands. The five shows include...

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