How Todd Snider Plans to Celebrate Thirty Years and Give New Life to His Catalog with All My Songs

How Todd Snider Plans to Celebrate Thirty Years and Give New Life to His Catalog with All My Songs 1000 564 Todd Snider

Todd Snider To Release Free Live Album Every Month of 2024
Troubadour Celebrates 30-Year Career with an Intimate Retrospective of His Discography Called “All My Songs.”

To commemorate three decades in the music industry, Todd Snider will release live versions of all his LPs, free of charge. Each album, recorded at his Purple Building Studio in Nashville in 2020, will offer listeners a unique opportunity to delve into his discography as Todd bestows personal commentary and insights that breathe life into the captivating stories behind his songs. The “All My Songs” project will be available for free streaming on all music platforms and digital downloads on

The journey begins with ‘Songs For The Daily Planet (Purple Version)’ (Aimless Records/Thirty Tigers) out February 23rd. The live song collection, a real treasure for Snider’s fans, begins with a fable about the first piece of music Snider ever wrote while working as a busboy at a restaurant called Pepper’s.

Release dates For “All My Songs”:

2/23 – Songs for the Daily Planet
3/29 – Step Right Up
4/26 – Viva Satellite
5/31 – Happy To Be Here
6/28 – New Connection
7/26 – East Nashville Skyline
8/30 – The Devil You Know
9/27 – Peace Queer / Excitement Plan / Eastside Bulldogs (Crank It, We’re Doomed)
10/25 – Agnostic Hymns & Stoner Fables
11/29 – Cash Cabin Sessions, Vol. 3
12/27 – First Agnostic Church of Hope and Wonder

Additionally, fans will have the chance to gain deeper enlightenment into the rabble-rouser’s illustrious career through “The Snider Files” on Substack. This digital subscription service grants exclusive access to premium content, previously unreleased photos, and more materials meticulously curated by acclaimed rock journalist Daryl Sanders.

Throughout his career, renowned publications have applauded Todd Snider, with Rolling Stone hailing him as “a world-class songwriter” and The New York Times asserting, “Everybody, in my opinion, should be talking about Todd Snider’s songs. The man is the troubadour for our times, an inventive blend of Dylan and Kristofferson, with just the right dash of Tom Petty.” Even Phish frontman Trey Anastasio said of Snider’s ‘Peace Queer’ album, “I couldn’t stop listening.”

An impressive roster of music legends, including Tom Jones, Robert Earl Keen, Pat Green, Gary Allan, and Cross Canadian Ragweed, have all paid homage by recording Snider’s masterpieces. Furthermore, Todd has co-written songs with luminaries such as Loretta Lynn, John Ingram, and Will Kimbrough to name a few. His composition, “Just Like Old Times,” even served as the inspiration for a motion picture as Snider has also created his own art films.

Three of Snider’s albums have landed in the Billboard Top 200 chart, while he’s made 8 appearances on Billboard’s Independent Albums chart, and 6 on The Heatseekers.

In addition to his musical talents, Todd Snider has penned books, and voiced cartoon characters, expanding his creative repertoire. Icons of the industry, including Jerry Jeff Walker, Kris Kristofferson, John Prine, and Billy Joe Shaver, have lavished praise upon Todd Snider. After three decades of contributing to the Blues, Americana, and Folk domain, it’s now time for Todd Snider to comfortably take his place at their esteemed table.

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