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Snider announces album, tour

Wednesday, December 12, 2018 – Todd Snider announced new tour dates to support his upcoming album "Cash Cabin Session, Vol. 3," out March 15 through Aimless Records/Thirty Tigers.

After six years of making rock records, the folk influence on the new disc marks a departure. The album was inspired by a recurring dream Snider had involving Johnny Cash and was recorded at the Cash Cabin Studio.

Snider played all the instruments on the record.

Tour dates are
March 13 -- New York, NY -- The Gramercy Theatre
March 14 -- Ardmore, PA -- Ardmore Music Hall
March 15 -- Cambridge, MA -- The Sinclair
March 17 -- Hartford, CT -- Infinity Music Hall & Bistro
March 18 -- Alexandria, VI -- The Birchmere
March 20 -- Hopewell, VI -- The Beacon Theatre
March 22 -- Raleigh, N.C. -- Lincoln Theatre
March 23 -- Winston Salem, N.C. -- The Ramkat Sun March 24 -- Asheville, N.C. -- The Orange Peel
April 10 -- Columbus, OH -- Jo Ann Davidson Theatre
April 11 -- Chicago, IL -- Park West
April 12 -- St. Paul, MN -- Fitzgerald Theatre
April 13 -- Milwaukee, WI -- Tumer Hall Ballroom
April 16 -- Grand Rapids, MI -- Wealthy Theatre
April 17 -- Cleveland, OH -- Music Box Supper Club
April 18 -- Indianapolis, IN -- The Vogue
April 20 -- Nashville, TN -- Ryman Auditorium
April 23 -- St. Louis, MO -- Sheldon Ballroom
April 25 -- Fairfield, IA -- Sondheim Ctr for P.A.
April 26 -- Des Moines, IA -- Wooly's
April 27 -- La Crosse, WI -- Cavalier Theater Sun April 28 -- Davenport, IA -- The Redstone Room
April 30 -- Cincinnati, OH -- 20th Century Theater
May 2 -- Charlottesville, VI -- Jefferson Theater
May 3 -- Pittsburgh, PA -- The Rex
May 4 -- Annapolis, MD -- Rams Head Live!

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