Nashville based singer-songwriter, Todd Snider has been considered folk-rock, alt-country, and Americana. Whatever the genre, his music has consistently found a place on critics' top lists including Rolling Stones’ 2006 & 2012 Top 50 albums. His start as an assistant and, later, opening act, for the legendary John Prine led to recording for several labels including MCA, Oh-Boy, and Aimless.
Todd talks about that and his current band, Hard Working Americans (featuring Dave Schools of Widespread Panic) and plays tracks from their new album recorded at Bob Weir’s TRI Studios (Grateful Dead).
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