While the Christmas season may be over, that didn’t stop Todd Snider from preaching his own divine wisdom during his First Agnostic Church of Hope and Wonder livestream on Sunday. Ahead of his most recent sermon, Snider shared footage of his performance of “Framed” on Saturday.

Sunday, December 27th marked the final congregation of the First Agnostic Church, bringing the 12-week run to a close. Each week saw Snider revisit one of his albums and the series fittingly closed out with one of his most celebrated works, Rest In Chaos which he recorded as a member of Hard Working Americans. The supergroup, which served as Snider’s foray into the world of jam bands, also featured Dave Schools and Duane Trucks (Widespread Panic), Neal Casal, Chad Staehly (Great American Taxi), and Jesse Aycock.

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In the video shared on Saturday, Snider takes on “Framed” from his 2019 album, Cash Cabin Sessions, Vol. 3. Before launching into the number, the folk troubadour shared a bit about his headspace during the time he wrote it. Like all good stories, this one starts in a bar. As the only customer in the establishment, Snider’s eyes turned to the wall where the proprietor’s first dollar earned hung proudly on the wall. Inspiration quickly struck Snider as he penned “Framed” from the perspective of that framed dollar bill.

Watch Todd Snider perform “Framed” during the December 20th edition of the First Agnostic Church of Hope and Wonder livestream. Scroll down to watch the most recent stream featuring a full performance of the Hard Working Americans album Rest In Chaos.

Todd Snider – “Framed” – First Agnostic Church of Hope and Wonder – 12/20/20

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Todd Snider – Rest In Chaos – First Agnostic Church of Hope and Wonder — 12/27/20

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