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Saturday, May 28, 2022

Todd Snyder talks life on the road making music before Southern California dates

Don’t label Todd Snyder as a folk artist or singer-songwriter. He has earned a distinguished reputation for his musical employment as a wandering troublemaker.

“My job is Ramblin’ Jack Elliot,” said Snyder. “He’s the godfather of it. Woody Guthrie didn’t tour. He (Elliott) was the first to go out with an acoustic guitar, harmonica rack and he’s still doing that. I toured with him last year and he Still got it… He considers me his grandson.

Inspired by Jerry Jeff Walker, Guy Clark, and John Prine in the mid-’80s—who qualify as Elliot’s sons—Snyder has been singing his songs since the early ’90s, when he was referred to as “Talkin’ Seattle Grunge”. Was a real hit with. Rock blues,” bouncing off major labels to produce a record of songs written about his life and commentary on the road to America.

Snyder is currently on tour and will headline Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach on May 16 before hitting the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles and Puppy & Harriet in Pioneertown on May 18.

“I feel like I’ve been sent on an adventure to report back,” he said. “You really have to like travel. I like to be on the road. I feel like that’s where I belong… It’s a lifestyle. It’s not a story that ends. I sometimes wear my clothes.” I sleep because I am one of them.

Pointing to Hayes Carl and Aaron Lee Taszen, Snyder said, “There are other problems today. But he is a few years behind Snyder, who released “Songs for the Daily Planet” in 1994, his major label debut, joined Prine’s Oh Boy label in 2000, and launched his own label, Amless Records, in 2008.

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