Wilco has been added to this year’s Lockn’ Music Festival. The Chicago sextet, which is currently on a hiatus of sorts joins a lineup that already includes Bob Weir & Rat Dog, Phil Lesh & Friends, The Allman Brothers, Steve Winwood, Widespread Panic, The String Cheese Incident,
Wilco loves you, but Wilco also has a sense of humor. Today, the band took to their Twitter feed to announce a new album of “deconstructed-yet-patriotic” children’s music. The working title of the album is Yankee Doodle Foxtrot, but not word on a release date.
Last night, Jeff Tweedy wrapped up his annual pair of solo benefit shows at The Vic Theatre in Chicago. The shows, which benefit youth scholarships are always interesting affairs because the first 30 people in line get to pick the setlist. The shows are usually heavy on
On March 25, Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche will release Adventureland, his first solo album in eight years. The foundation for this album was laid in 2006 after Kotche saw a Kronos Quartet show. It was then we he decided that he wanted to write a string quartet.
Jeff Tweedy closed out 2013 with an 11 showWest Coast solo tour. The tour culminated with four nights at Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles. Our buddy, Aaron Fortin wrote a gleaming review of the tour closer for Live Music Blog. It’s really nice to see Tweedy
You can enjoy a free stream of Jeff Tweedy‘s December 8, 2013 performance at the Moore Theatre in Seattle, Washington. The show appears in the Roadcase section on Wilco’s official website. >>