Over the weekend, singer-songwriter Todd Snider made a stop at Nashville, TN’s historic Ryman Auditorium in support of his recent studio release, Cash Cabin Session, Vol. 3.
Cash Cabin Session, Vol. 3 sees Todd Snider take a step away from his rock-centered side, and moves closer to folk and country. The recently released studio album was inspired by a recurring dream Snider had involving Johnny Cash, which led to him recording Cash Cabin Session Vol. 3 at the icon’s Cash Cabin Studio.
On Saturday, following a set full of new material and fan-favorites, Snider invited up iconic songwriter John Prine for an acoustic take on his 1971 tune “Illegal Smile”. The collaborative effort was an appropriate way to close out the 4/20 holiday celebration, which you can watch below:
Todd Snider with John Prine – “Illegal Smile”
[Video: Kimberly Lord]
Next up for Todd Snider is a performance at St. Louis, MO’s Sheldon Concert Hall on Wednesday, April 23rd.
For ticketing and a full list of his upcoming tour dates, head to Todd Snider’s website here.