REST IN CHAOS
Rest in Chaos! The new album from Hard Working Americans available May 13, 2016!
ORDER NOW: HWA Store Bundles | iTunes | Amazon
The First Waltz on iTunes!
The First Waltz
Join Hard Working Americans for a screening of the new feature length documentary, "The First Waltz", on September 16th at Nashville's Belcourt Theatre. General Admission tickets are $15 and will include a Q&A with director Justin Kreutzmann and the band, hosted by Nashville Scene managing editor Jack Silverman. The doors will open at 6:45 pm, and the show starts at 7:15pm. Expect to see "The First Waltz" out for purchase October 28th, 2014.
Todd on Apron Strings
Airs on Wednesday 4/23 1 pm, replaying on Friday 4/25 noon ET and streaming OnDemand at siriusxm.com and via mobile apps.
Why Can't We Be Friends
Cheatham Street Warehouse
All album proceeds will go to benefit the Kent Finlay Medical Fund. More on Kent Finlay, the proprietor of the Cheatham Street Warehouse: http://www.cheathamstreet.com/history.html
Stomp and Holler
Hard Working Americans Boogie in Stomp & Holler Premiere
East Nashville Tonight
Hard Working Americans Out Now!
Hard Working Americans
The new Hard Working Americans store is up and running. Get your hands on some limited edition bundles or order the digital or CD version of the album. More at thehardworkingamericansstore.
HWA: Rolling Stone Preview
For his latest project, Todd Snider was encouraged to start spending time with musicians his own age. "One day Chad Staehly pointed out to me that I spend a lot of time with my heroes and avoid my peers," Snider tells Rolling Stone. "He was like, 'I always see you with Jerry Jeff, or John Prine, or Kris Kristofferson. Who do you like that's your age?'"
Read more from RollingStone.com...
East Nashville Tonight Screening
Instead, drugs and booze took over.
They ended up with:
East Nashville Tonight.
Monday November 18th, 7:15pm at Belcourt Theatre.
Tickets here: http://bit.ly/1ghkBJH
More info: http://eastnashvilletonight.com/
East Nashville Tonight
You can buy your digital copy of the movie on presale starting October 30th at EastNashvilleTonight.com.
Then on November 19th, you will receive a link and code so you can stream it - download it - watch it on any device that turns you on.
Enter in the coupon code PARTYBALLS when you check out at EastNashvilleTonight.com to get $1 off PLUS a bonus clip not in the film called “Chuck’s Big Audition”
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High Cotton: A Tribute to Alabama
Todd has teamed up with Elizabeth Cook for "Feels So Right" on the new compilation album, High Cotton: A Tribute To Alabama. The album is out 9/17. Read more and listen to a stream on Billboard.com.
Press Round Up
Agnostic Hymns & Stoner Fables and Time As We Know It have hit the masses and are picking up some solid reviews from Paste, USA Today, Rolling Stone, the New York Times, and others. (UPDATED 3/29/2013) READ MORE...
Happy New Year, Volume 1
Time As We Know It
Produced by Don Was (Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones), the 14 celebratory tracks feature friends and admirers like Kix Brooks of Brooks and Dunn, Elizabeth Cook, and Amy LaVere. "We just went into a studio and played about 30 of Jerry Jeff's songs and let the performances dictate what songs would make it," Snider says, adding, "I could've done 30 more." READ MORE...
Farmer Jason's newest album Nature Jams features Todd Snider!
Nature Jams is a is a high-value, kid-friendly album of 16 original songs themed around the great outdoors. The song styles range from rock and roll anthems to sea shanties, jazz to folk. Nature Jams features collaborations with guest artists such as Brandi Carlisle, Mike Mills (of R.E.M.) Hank Williams III, Todd Snider, Tommy Ramone (of The Ramones), and Tom Petersson (of Cheap Trick) and more!
Year-End Accolades Rolling In
As 2012 comes to a close and the year-end lists are churned out, you're sure to find Todd's name included. So far he's been recognized by the likes of American Songwriter and Rolling Stone! READ MORE...
In Between Jobs
Exclusive stream: Todd Snider unveils recession ode "In Between Jobs" from new album
As we reported last month, singer-songwriter-wiseass-national treasure Todd Snider will release a new album, Agnostic Hymns And Stoner Fables, March 6. In the meantime, we're pleased to stream the sloppy, welfare-funded skronk-blues of "In Between Jobs," which spotlights the album's funny-sad, Desire-and-sixpack-of-Old Milwaukee vibe. (That's a lot of hyphens, but Agnostic Hymns really is a multi-faceted record.) At any rate, here's "In Between Jobs."
East Nashville Instigator
For fans of singer-songwriter Todd Snider, anytime he churns out a new album is a cause for extreme jubilation. Since his 1994 debut album Songs for the Daily Planet, and before, Snider has been slowly and methodically collecting a devoted fanbase that hangs on his every word...
Adventures in Folk Singing
The last time singer-songwriter Todd Snider played Flagstaff was in November of 2004. As far as I can tell, it’s the only time—aside from his show here this Friday—that he’s played here...
From the Desk of Todd Snider
INTRODUCING THE "CLASSICAL FUNK" STYLINGS OF TODD SNIDER
ANOTHER SMASH BATCH OF MUSIC ON I HEARD THEM RECORDS.
COMING SOON TO A POOL HALL NEAR YOU.
it was many years ago behind a pool hall called curlys in memphis
where an early version of the nervous wrecks were rehearsing
under the watchful eye of our mentor mark "hoot" marchetti
the pool hall was empty save the day janitor
who seemed to be a local street drinker
that curly, the pool halls owner, had given an odd job too
he listened to our music for a minute, scratched his head, smiled and said
"yall got that classical funk sound"
he then went on to say that he was a scout for "i heard them records"
man those were the days.
so full of promise and humor.
sometimes i wish we'd have signed with "i heard them records"
instead of MCA...
you know, just to see what would have happened.
but alas, the past is unchangeable
and so we forge on
night after night, song after song...READ MORE
Agnostic Hymns & Stoner Fables
On March 6, East Nashville's subversive, fearless, rebel-rousing songwriter Todd Snider will release his new studio album 'Agnostic Hymns & Stoner Fables' (Aimless Records). Last year's double-disc live album 'The Storyteller' earned accolades from Rolling Stone and NPR and his new set finds him pushing even more of society's buttons. "I want to inspire people," Snider says. "I want to inspire them to leave home, to do things traditionally considered wrong. If you listen to my record and vandalize your school, godspeed.”
Shit Sandwich EP
Okay, buckaroos...visit ToddSniderLive.com to download Shit Sandwich, an EP from Elmo Buzz & the Eastside Bulldogs.
Cost to you? Zero dollars and zero cents.
The Phoner (Uncut)