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Enjoy Yourself: An Interview with Todd Snider

Todd Snider's 2004 album, East Nashville Skyline, is getting a new lease on life with a new vinyl edition, but the veteran troubadour remains creatively restless and committed to his musical future. "I might sound like I know how life works but I don't. I know less about it all the time."

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Hard Working Americans: The First Waltz

Live follow-up to self-titled debut in a CD/DVD package: more American jam-band rock serves to extend the band's story.

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Todd Snider: Cheatham Street Warehouse

Snider covers Kent Finlay on Cheatham Street Warehouse to raise funds for Finlay’s medical care.

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Hard Working Americans: Hard Working Americans

Todd Snider and some rootsy jam band friends cover country and roots-rock songs. The fact that it's a hit and miss collection is almost completely due to Snider's limited vocal range.

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Talkin' Political Occupy Blues: Todd Snider

As Todd Snider's career has progressed, he has become more and more vocal about the plight of the poor, and about the powers that he views are keeping them there.

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Todd Snider: Time As We Know It: The Songs of Jerry Jeff Walker

It’s a shambling, half-tossed study of an artist who epitomised the shambling, half-tossed record, executed by a musician who has made his career out of shambling, half-tossed performances. Brilliant.

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Todd Snider: Agnostic Hymns & Stoner Fables

Todd Snider still refuses to take himself too seriously, but he didn't reserve any room for beer runs and grunge rock on this album either.

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It’s All About You: A Conversation with Robert Earl Keen

"I don’t live a tragic or squalid or scary or crazy life. I have a relatively normal existence. And I’m not consumed with the idea of fame. I am consumed with the idea of writing really good songs and making really good records."

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Will Kimbrough: Wings

Kimbrough and Wings would do well to add more edge to the proceedings, as the laconic JJ Cale vibe that permeates the record might be a little too laid-back for its own good

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Todd Snider: 4.Mar.2010 - New York

Like one's favorite rude yet honest cousin, the barefoot Todd Snider charmed the hell out of the crowd at Jazz at Lincoln Center's swanky Allen Room as part of its American Songbook series.

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Todd Snider [East Nashville, TN]

After two decades of charting his own path through the music industry, Todd Snider is a musician on his own terms -- when he isn't being kidnapped by his friends and forced to write excellent albums.

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Todd Snider: Peace Queer

If you get in early, Snider's latest is available for free. But if not, it's still money well spent.

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Todd Snider: Peace, Love and Anarchy

Snider gives us a peek into his workshop, and shows us that he puts his songs together with care -- but that he also has a little fun in the process.

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