13 Songs


This Americana supergroup comes together for a rich and layered serving of rock ‘n’ roll, prepared the old-fashioned way.


This Americana supergroup comes together for a rich and layered serving of rock ‘n’ roll, prepared the old-fashioned way.

5:18 $1.29
3:22 $1.29
4:22 $1.29
3:22 $1.29
5:54 $1.29
5:32 $1.29
5:20 $1.29
5:23 $1.29
7:04 $1.29
5:53 $1.29
3:28 $1.29
7:48 $1.29
3:51 $1.29

Customer Reviews

5 out of 5

51 Ratings

Chaos Reigns Supreme

Electric Jethro,

Wasn't expecting much because I thought the first album was just ok. I am blown away by how good this one is. Different vibe then first. Not a bad song on the album.

Very promising


I can't wait for this album to come out, the first track is great.
So happy another album and tour are upon us.
Best supergroup ever

About Hard Working Americans

When Todd Snider decided it was time to work with musicians his own age for a change, he ended up forming an all-star group of jam band and alt-country veterans known as the Hard Working Americans. In 2012, after Snider had wrapped up touring behind his album Agnostic Hymns & Stoner Fables, he had a conversation with his friend Chad Staehly, keyboard man with the group Great American Taxi, about his working methods. "One day Chad Staehly pointed out to me that I spend a lot of time with my heroes and avoid my peers," Snider told reporter Jonathan Bernstein. "He was like, 'I always see you with Jerry Jeff (Walker), or John Prine, or Kris Kristofferson. Who do you like that's your age?'" With that in mind for his next project, Snider put together a band of like-minded musicians of similar vintage, including Staehly on keys, guitarist Neal Casal (of the Chris Robinson Brotherhood and Ryan Adams & the Cardinals), bassist Dave Schools (of Widespread Panic), and drummer Duane Trucks (of King Lincoln and Col. Bruce Hampton's School of Music). The new group adopted the name the Hard Working Americans, and despite Snider's pedigree as a songwriter, for their debut album they recorded a set of cover tunes about the frustrations of working life. The band made its live debut in December 2013 at a benefit concert in Denver, Colorado. The Hard Working Americans was released in early 2014, followed by a short tour. In October 2014, the band released The First Waltz, a live album from their tour earlier the same year, accompanied by a documentary on the band's formation. May 2016 saw the release of their second studio effort, Rest in Chaos, which found the band focusing on original material rather than covers. A second concert album, We're All in This Together, arrived the following summer. ~ Mark Deming

    Nashville, TN

Top Songs by Hard Working Americans

Top Albums by Hard Working Americans

Top Music Videos by Hard Working Americans

Listeners Also Bought