Bluesman and raconteur Todd Snider stopped by the Rolling Stone office recently to perform three songs – "The Devil You Know," "Tension" and "Greencastle Blues" – that appear on his new concert album Todd Snider Live: The Storyteller. After the set, Snider explained how he came to embrace the talking blues style and told an anecdote about getting even with a songwriter who ripped off one of his songs.
Rolling Stone Live: Bluesman and Storyteller Todd Snider Plays Old Favorites
Singer-songwriter performs, tells stories at the Rolling Stone office
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