East Nashville Tonight is a “wild drug and booze-filled musical comedy” film created by brothers Brad and Todd Barnes. The film stars Todd Snider, Elizabeth Cook, and other East Nashville musicians. It’s currently available to pre-order online, and will come out on November 19th. In February of 2013, the Barnes Brothers attempted to shoot a […]
Amanda Shires has come a long way from her early days with The Texas Playboys and has played with the likes of Todd Snider, Thrift Store Cowboys and Jason Isbell (who's also her husband). She also appeared in the film Country Strong as the fiddle player in Gwyneth Paltrow's band, but don't hold that against her. [ more › ]
Down Fell the Doves, the latest solo release from Amanda Shires (who has played violin with the likes of the Texas Playboys, Shovels & Rope, Todd Snider, and her husband Jason Isbell), is a sultry, sinister and surprisingly infectious alt-co
“These politicians.. you know they promise us whiskey and won’t even give us a beer” Todd Snider, Good News Blues I’ve got an article coming out soon where I launch an assault on the political promise. What is the political … Contin...
What? You don't know about Tarmac Adam? The group includes Crowded House bass player, Nick Seymour, and is the creation of Melbourne, Australia-based songwriter Matt O'Donnell and multi-instrumentalist Steve Paix.
Todd Snider -- If Tomorrow Never Comes, in Boulder, Colorado, March 2007.
Elizabeth Cook, a woman with some rather odd ties to Georgia and Atlanta, opens tonight at the Variety for the very funny, witty Todd Snider. Most of Snider’s material isn’t suitable for posting on this blog, but go look him up — you’ll enjoy the sense of humor. But back to Cook. Show More Summary
Todd Snider, who released two new albums in 2012, will headline the Variety Playhouse on Friday, Jan. 4. Photo courtesy Shore Fire Media FRIDAY Todd Snider Nashville’s Snider can be snarky and snide, but he’s also witty, observant and even poignant. Show More Summary
Sarah Brightman has postponed her 2013 tour, including a date at the Fox Theatre, which has been rescheduled for Oct. 9. RESCHEDULED Sarah Brightman. 8 p.m. Oct. 9. Fox Theatre. $104-$255. LN. UPCOMING SHOWS Todd Snider, Elizabeth Cook. Show More Summary
Todd Snider will be joined by Jack Ingram for a show at Variety Playhouse on Jna. 4. Tickets go on sale this Friday, Nov. 23. ON SALE NOV. 23 Todd Snider, Jack Ingram. 8:30 p.m. Jan. 4. Variety Playhouse. $22.50; $20 in advance. TM. Escape Vehicle. Show More Summary
Master singer-songwriters and story-tellers Jason Isbell and Todd Snider performed at ACL Live last Friday night. [ more › ]
Sonus Networks (Nasdaq: SONS) on Thursday announced that two of its main executives, Todd A. Abbott and Jeffrey M. Snider, are assuming new duties, one of the latest moves made by CEO Ray Dolan since taking the reins of the company in 2010. (Left) Abbott and (right) Snider. Show More Summary
Louis Armstrong, Carole King, Gary Primich, Lurrie Bell, Todd Snider and Little Richard also add intriguing tracks..
This week, reviews of Die Antwoord, Sleigh Bells, Gotye, Karantamba, Frankie Rose, Fun., Todd Snider, Cloud Nothings and more.
Wine Enthusiast offers lists Paris's literary bar scene. The TM Daily Post is streaming Todd Snider's new album, Time As We Know It: The Songs of Jerry Jeff Walker (out May 1st). The Atlantic profiles author and filmmaker Stephen Elliott....
Following the release of his latest album Agnostic Hymns & Stoner Fables, Todd Snider will pay ode to one of his longtime musical influence with the release of his tribute album, Time As We Know It: The Songs of Jerry Jeff Walker. Listen to his cover of "Sangria Wine" here"
While the electric guitar marks a departure from Todd Snider’s last few records, Agnostic Hymns and Stoner Fables falls squarely into the groove he hit after 2004’s East Nashville Skyline. A laid back traditionalist whose wry lyrics belie his stoner persona, Snider trades in smart, sharply observed songs delineating the travails of American have-nots. On [...]
In a musical meshing of creative worlds, actor (and multi-instrumentalist) Johnny Depp played drums with Bill Carter & The Blame at a gig last night in Los Angeles. Carter was opening for the alt-country singer Todd Snider.
Allow me to share a story that will hopefully establish enough Todd Snider cred that you’ll read the rest of this review. I was in high school and 99X out of Atlanta started playing this crazy acoustic song that made fun of grunge and all that was Seattle. I loved it and finally heard a [...]