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Todd Snider

Initially The Excitement Plan (released in June 2010 on Yep Roc Records) wasn't supposed to be about anything. Todd Snider was trying to come up with the best, most open hearted and well-thought-out lyrics he could come up with. His producer, Don Was thought the best way to go for what Snider was talking about was live and spontaneous. So they set up at Henson studios in Los Angeles with Snider on guitar, harp and piano. Greg Liesz on steel guitar and dobro. Don on upright bass, Jim Keltner on drums and Krish Harma engineering. ?Then, with Don being the only one who'd heard the songs and Todd being the only one who knew them, they recorded completely live for just two and a half days.

The Excitement Plan’s laid- back groove and top- shelf lyrics are being called Snider's best work yet. "This music is sorta JJ Cale meets Jerry Jeff Walker sounding with words that would hopefully impress Shel Silverstein, Bobby Bare, Chuck Berry, Kris Kristofferson or Randy Newman,” Snider said. With his contributions of stellar guitar, piano and harmonica, his musicianship shares the spotlight as easily as his treasured lyrics.

Snider is a vociferous musician whose fans know him to be quite the workhorse. His acclaimed 2006 release, The Devil You Know found the barefoot troubadour on numerous year-end Top 10 lists including Spin, Blender and Rolling Stone. ?In addition to the new album release, this year also finds Snider doing what he does best: playing live.

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