Revered singer/songwriter and troubadour Todd Snider will visit The Auditorium at The Douglass (600 N. High) to feature his latest release, Cash Cabin Sessions, Vol. 3. on Friday, February 21.  Doors open at 7 and the show begins at 8 p.m. with respected Nashville-based special guest Tim Easton opening.

Snider, who wrote “The Ghost of Johnny Cash” after spending a night in the Cash Cabin studio following a recording session, has returned to his storytelling and folk roots after spending time on the road with the all-star band Hard Working Americans.

Having long been recognized as one his generations most gifted and engaging songwriters, Snider cemented his folk roots by playing the 2019 Newport Folk Festival.  And he has been inspired to write new songs with socio-political commentary and his special brand of humor, “Talking Reality Television Blues”, “The Blues on Banjo” and “A Timeless Response to Current Events.”

The concert will also feature Snider favorites like “D.B. Cooper”, “Beer Run”, and “Alright Guy”, among others.

Easton has been a fan favorite for 20 years, having been backed up on his second album by members of Wilco. His latest release is “Exposition”, released in 2019.

General admission floor and balcony seating remain for the show at the historic venue east of downtown Oklahoma City.  Tickets can be purchased for $28 online at or at the door.