Live: Todd Snider

Todd Snider had an enraptured Carlsbad Village Theatre crowd hanging on every word on Feb. 2, with Reed Foehl as the show's opener.

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Todd Snider headlined an intimate show at the Carlsbad Village Theatre on Feb. 2.
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The packed crowd was enraptured throughout.
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Alt-country singer/songwriter Reed Foehl opened the show.
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Snider's musical style combines Americana, alt-country, and folk.
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After seeing Jerry Jeff Walker in a local bar, he decided that he didn't need a band to be a musician.
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After moving to Memphis in the mid-1980s and establishing residency at a club named the Daily Planet, he was discovered by Keith Sykes (a member of Jimmy Buffett's Coral Reefer Band).
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Snider's 2006 album, "The Devil You Know," was ranked by Rolling Stone magazine as No. 33 in its Top 50 Albums of the Year.
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Snider's album, "Peace Queer," was released on October 14, 2008, and reached No. 1 on the Americana Airplay Chart.
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He contributed a cover version of "A Boy Named Sue" to the 2010 Sugar Hill Records album "Twistable Turnable Man," a tribute by various artists to songwriter/author Shel Silverstein.
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The singer/songwriter published his first book, "I Never Met a Story I Didn't Like," in 2014.
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Foehl recently released "Lost in the West," a "soundtrack for the invisible cinema of the mind."
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He's performed with everyone from Arlo Guthrie, Ray LaMontagne, Patty Griffin and Dave Matthews to Mike Doughty, Glenn Phillips, Taj Mahal, and My Morning Jacket.
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