Todd Snider – 2014 Concert Schedule
Todd Snider has been a familiar face in the alt-country scene since the
90s, and many of his albums have been featured on various "best of" lists. His music represents some of the best in his genre,
and his kooky onstage personality offers plenty of entertainment during his live shows. Todd Snider is currently underway
on a concert tour, and he is slated to visit venues from the likes of Walnut Creek Amphitheater in Raleigh, Belcourt Theatre
in Nashville, the Cannery, Philadelphia's Theater of the Living Arts, New York's Beacon Theatre, Washington D.C.'s Howard
Theatre, Earle Fest, the Warehouse in Bowling Green, Space in Evanston, Old Town School of Folk Music in Chicago, the Fitzgerald
Theater in St. Paul, Stoughton Opera House, Rex Theater in Pittsburgh, Sellersville Theater, and more. With so many concert
dates lined up for 2014, fans everywhere will get a chance to check out this unforgettable alt-country musician. To see Todd
Snider live in concert, be sure to visit StubHub today for your tickets, and get ready to have a blast at the show!
About Todd Snider
Alt-country singer Todd Snider first got his start in music during the 1980s, when he was discovered
by Keith Sykes of the Coral Reefer Band. Under the guidance of Keith Sykes, Todd Snider began to develop his career. Eventually,
Jimmy Buffett signed Snider to his label after hearing one of his demos. By 1994, Todd Snider was ready to release his debut
album, "Songs for the Daily Planet," named after the club where he used to frequently perform. The album produced popular
songs like "Alright Guy" and "Talkin' Seattle Grunge Rock Blues." Following the release of "Songs for the Daily Planet," Snider
returned with a number of albums in the next several years, including "Step Right Up," "Viva Satellite," "Happy to Be Here,"
"New Connection," and "Near Truths and Hotel Rooms."
In 2004, Snider's career marked a turning point with the release
of his record, "East Nashville Skyline," which was ranked as one of the best albums of the year. The album offered an intimate
look into Todd Snider's life, with songs like "Age Like Wine" and "Tillamook County Jail." Fans loved the album, and it reached
the number 44 position on the Heatseekers chart and number 28 on the Indie Albums chart. Snider's next studio album followed
in 2006, and it was also a hit with fans and critics. The album, titled "The Devil You Know," was listed as number 33 in Rolling
Stone magazine's "Top 50 Albums of the Year," and number 14 by Blender magazine in a similar list.
In the years that
followed, Todd Snider continued on his trail of success, with his 2008 album, "Peace Queer" topping the Americana Airplay
chart, and 2012's "Agnostic Hymns & Stoner Fables" coming in at number 47 on another "best of" list by Rolling Stone magazine.
Todd Snider's BreakthroughAlbum
Todd Snider made his debut in 1994 with his album, "Songs for the Daily Planet."
After producing a few minor hits, Snider was able to generate a solid following, and he continued to release a number of albums
in the years that followed, including "Step Right Up," "Viva Satellite," "New Connection," and "Near Truths and Hotel Rooms."
By 2004, Todd Snider's career went to the next level when he released the album, "East Nashville Skyline," which ended up
making it on various "best of" lists for the year. After establishing himself as a prominent figure in the alt-country scene,
Snider went on to release several more well-received albums, like "The Devil You Know," which Rolling Stone magazine called
one of the best albums of the year. Over the course of his career, Todd Snider has helped define the genre of alt-country,
and he remains a popular musician within the scene.
Todd Snider Trivia
What is the name of the supergroup
that Todd Snider is part of?
In addition to his solo work, Todd Snider also plays in a supergroup called Hard Working
Americans, along with Dave Schools of Widespread Panic, Chad Staehly of Great American Taxi, Neal Casal from Chris Robinson
Brotherhood, and Duane Trucks.
If you're a fan of Todd Snider, you're in luck, because
he is currently on the road for his 2014 concert tour, and he is slated to visit plenty of venues this year. Whether he's
churning out material for his solo work, or playing in the supergroup Hard Working Americans, alt-country musician Todd Snider
always offers a great live show. Songs like "Talkin' Seattle Grunge Rock Blues," "This Land is Our Land," "Alright Guy," and
"Late Last Night" have remained fan favorites in the alt-country scene, and Snider continues to create some of the genre's
best music. When Todd Snider gets underway on his 2014 concert tour, you don't want to miss out on his show. Known to be a
humorous storyteller and great performer, Snider's live shows never disappoint, and he will keep you coming back for more.