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Todd Snider 

When: Wed., April 14, 9 p.m. 2010
Price: $20

Todd Snider's easygoing but deceptively deep songs can make the dour chuckle and recruit the reluctant. I have heard the laughter, and I have been the converted. For me, the tipping point was witnessing Snider, a folk-rocking soapbox preacher, welcome the crowd into the palm of his hand at the inaugural Mucklewain Festival courtesy of "The Ballad of the Kingsmen." His East Nashville Skyline has been scripture ever since, and with each new recording Snider continues to strengthen his reputation as a combo of John Prine and Kris Kristofferson for the alt-country generation—with a thumbs-up from both those gentleman. Chatham County Line's Dave Wilson opens. —Rick Cornell

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