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Jeff Tweedy’s 30 Best Songs

It says something special about Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy that after 30 years as one of America’s most gifted, introspective songwriters, he’s only just…
Sam Goldner / June 28, 2017

Stream Jeff Tweedy’s New Solo Album Together at Last

Jeff Tweedy's new solo album Together at Last is now streaming in full. Announced back in April along with lead single "Laminated Cat," the album…
Rob Arcand / June 23, 2017

Watch Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy Perform “I’m Always In Love” on Seth Meyers

Jeff Tweedy returned to Late Night with Seth Meyers yesterday to perform another Wilco classic. This time, it was Summerteeth’s "I'm Always In Love," which will be…
Geena Kloeppel / June 21, 2017

Watch Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy Perform “I Am Trying to Break Your Heart” on Seth Meyers

Last night Jeff Tweedy made an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers to perform an acoustic take of Wilco's "I Am Trying to Break Your Heart."
Geena Kloeppel / June 20, 2017

Wilco – “(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding” (Nick Lowe/Elvis Costello Cover)

Wilco have released a pair of singles as part of Spotify Singles series. They recorded "If I Ever Was a Child," off of 2016's Schmilco, and a cover…
Geena Kloeppel / May 10, 2017

You Can Vote for Wilco to Play One of Their Albums in Full at Solid Sound Festival

What’s the best Wilco album? That’s easy: Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. Except maybe you like Being There better, or A Ghost Is Born, or The Whole Love. You certainly could make…
Chris DeVille, Stereogum / May 4, 2017

Jeff Tweedy Announces New Album Together At Last, Shares New Version of Loose Fur’s “Laminated Cat”

Jeff Tweedy appears to be entering the songbook albums market. The Wilco lead singer has just announced a brand new solo album, Together at Last, which…
Winston Cook-Wilson / April 13, 2017

Wilco Announce New U.S. Summer Tour Dates

Wilco have announced an expanded run of tour dates in the U.S. this summer, visiting Michigan, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Indiana, and Illinois ahead of their own Solid Sound Festival,…
Anna Gaca / March 27, 2017

New Music: Big Walnuts Yonder (Minutemen, Wilco, Deerhoof, Tera Melos) – “Raise the Drawbridges?”

The frantic "Raise the Drawbridges?" is the first song from Big Walnuts Yonder, a new supergroup made up of Mike Watt of Minutemen, guitarist Nels Cline of Wilco, Deerhoof…
Anna Gaca / March 1, 2017

Video: Wilco, “Someone to Lose”

The day after the Shins released a hallucinatory stopmotion-flavored video, Wilco have unveiled an even-more-involved animated clip for the George Harrison-reminiscent Schmilco track "Someone to…
Winston Cook-Wilson / October 27, 2016

Jeff Tweedy Came Up With Dozens of Fake Wilco Albums on Colbert

Last night, Wilco stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert for a performance of their Schmilco track "Someone to Lose." In a jokey promotional…
Sadie Bell / September 22, 2016

Listen to Wilco’s New Song ‘Someone to Lose’

Prior to Wilco's new LP dropping on September 9, the band has shared another new song, "Someone To Lose" — the third the band has…
Ilana Kaplan / August 29, 2016

Wilco Have Named Their New Album ‘Schmilco’ Because the Kings of Dad-Rock Also Love Dad Jokes

In case you didn't find Wilco's last album title (Star Wars) and its accompanying cat artwork just quite lulzy enough for a proper midlife-crisis, return-to-roots…
Dan Weiss / July 19, 2016

Wilco Celebrate Their ‘Star Wars’ Anniversary With a New Song, ‘Locator’

Last year at this time, Wilco surprise-dropped an excellent album called Star Wars. Since we're coming up on the record's one-year anniversary (it came out…
Rachel Brodsky / July 14, 2016

Watch the Harlem Globetrotters Show Jeff Tweedy How to Spin a Basketball

Wilco's Jeff Tweedy and his son Spencer Tweedy stopped by the AV Club's Chicago office to perform Adele's "Hello" for their Undercover series, but showboating…
James Grebey / February 8, 2016
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