Todd Snider's Second Decade 

How a former Memphis folksinger evolved into one of music's most vital voices.

Todd Snider got his first real break in Memphis, where he landed as an itinerant young folk singer after growing up in Portland and doing a stint in Austin and where he finally went national in 1994 via a deal with Jimmy…

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