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Hard Working Americans

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All Music Guide - Mark Deming
While Todd Snider is best known as a witty and insightful songwriter, in 2013 he gathered together a handful of friends who are also gifted musicians and let some of his favorite songwriters do the talking for a change. Hard Working Americans is a new band that features Snider on vocals and guitar, along with guitarist Neal Casal (of the Chris Robinson Brotherhood), bassist Dave Schools (from Widespread Panic), keyboardist Chad Staehly (Great American Taxi), and drummer Duane Trucks (King Lincoln). For their self-titled debut album, Hard Working Americans picked 11 cover tunes which deal with the hard truths of life among the working class, some recent compositions, and ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Mark Deming
While Todd Snider is best known as a witty and insightful songwriter, in 2013 he gathered together a handful of friends who are also gifted musicians and let some of his favorite songwriters do the talking for a change. Hard Working Americans is a new band that features Snider on vocals and guitar, along with guitarist Neal Casal (of the Chris Robinson Brotherhood), bassist Dave Schools (from Widespread Panic), keyboardist Chad Staehly (Great American Taxi), and drummer Duane Trucks (King Lincoln). For their self-titled debut album, Hard Working Americans picked 11 cover tunes which deal with the hard truths of life among the working class, some recent compositions, and other, older songs that have remained relevant with the passage of time. Songs include "Welfare Music," "Blackland Farmer," "Mr. President, Have Pity on the Working Man," "Down to the Well," "Wrecking Ball," and six others.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/21/2014
  • Label: Thirty Tigers
  • UPC: 794504224368
  • Catalog Number: 22347
  • Sales rank: 1,344

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Hard Working Americans Primary Artist
Todd Snider Vocals, Group Member
Neal Casal Guitar, Background Vocals, Group Member
John Keane Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Background Vocals
John Popper Harp
Dave Schools Bass Guitar, Group Member
Jason Crosby Fiddle, Piano
Duane Trucks Percussion, Drums, Group Member
Chad Staehly Keyboards, Group Member
The Tri Studios' Choir Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Kevn Kinney Composer
Frankie Miller Composer
Randy Newman Composer
Kieran Kane Composer
Sean Locke Composer
Bob Ludwig Mastering
Burt Stein Management
Gillian Welch Composer
Brian Henneman Composer
David Rawlings Composer
Will Kimbrough Composer
Chuck Mead Composer
Don Herron Composer
David Wykoff Legal Advisor
Kevin Gordon Composer
Tommy Womack Composer
Alan Forbes Cover Art
Chad Jeffers Composer
Hayes Carll Composer
Heather Smith Management
Frank Riley Booking
Rick Vargas Engineer
S. Taylor Composer
Chad Staehly Management
Hard Working Americans Arranger
Jim Flammia Publicity
George Boedecker Executive Producer
Colin Kendall Linden Composer
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