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Snider will be reading your questions on Wednesday.
Welcome to The Life! On Wednesday, musician Todd Snider will stop by to take your questions about his upcoming new album and song "America's Favorite Pastime" which is featured on "The Homerun EP," a collection of baseball songs by Yep Roc Records artists.

Snider, a native of Portland, Ore., released his debut album, "Songs for the Daily Planet," in 1994 and has continued to deliver critically acclaimed albums of his own signature blend of folk-rock, bluegrass, blues and country ever since. His latest effort, "The Excitement Plan," will be available June 9.

Snider wrote "America's Favorite Pastime" about former Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Dock Ellis who hurled a no-hitter in 1970 despite, by his own admission, being under the influence of the drug LSD. The song is one of five baseball-themed tunes to appear on "The Homerun EP" which will be available starting April 14 via

Send your questions now and join Snider for a live chat on Wednesday at 2 p.m. ET!

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