Jeff Tweedy’s solo tour supporting Together At Last continues in Canada. Limited tickets available here. Next, he heads back to The States for the remainder of the sold out run. Thanks to everyone who bought tickets, showed up and sang along.
Together At Last is the new Jeff Tweedy solo acoustic record featuring 11 intimate recordings of previously released Wilco, Loose Fur and Golden Smog songs.
photo by Tony Vasquez
News from our very own Nels Cline: Currents, Constellations from The Nels Cline 4 is out now on Blue Note Records. If you’re quick about it, you can still enter to win a private guitar lesson with Nels — enter & buy the new album here.
“vibrant, adventurous… a skronking, shredding, shapeshifting good time” — Stereogum
The band features Nels plus Julian Lage on electric guitar, Tom Rainey on drums and Scott Colley on bass. Watch them perform “Imperfect 10” in the studio.
Jeff’s back on the road in April and many shows are already sold out. Thank you for that.
To hold you over until then, we’re streaming a live version of “Hummingbird” recorded at Largo in Los Angeles here. This track + many more, including two previously-unreleased songs “Bombs Above” and “Let’s Go Rain” are available now via roadcase in the Wilco store.
A few tickets remain for some of the upcoming Canadian shows — get them here.
Available now — deluxe reissues of Wilco’s seminal first two albums, A.M. and Being There. Combined, the expansive sets contain 47 previously unreleased tracks.
For some added commentary, have a listen to Steven Hyden’s interview with Jeff Tweedy and John Stirratt talking Wilco — then and now. (Hyden adds extensive liner notes to the Being There set, too).
Our friend Dirk Fowler at f2design in Lubbock created a special hurricane relief benefit poster for Wilco’s 2017 tour dates in Texas, raising a total of $10,417.91 for Americares. Thanks to everyone who donated at the shows and in the Wilco Store.
A new Wilco song called “All Lives, You Say?” is available for immediate download with a charitable contribution via Bandcamp. Thank you for supporting the Southern Poverty Law Center to the tune of $26,879. Update: on Nov. 1, 2017, an additional $4,561 was donated to Life After Hate. All future proceeds will go to Life After Hate.
“My dad was named after a Civil War general, and he voted for Barack Obama twice. He used to say ‘If you know better, you can do better.’ America – we know better. We can do better.” – Jeff Tweedy
Listen to Wilco cover Nick Lowe’s “(What’s So Funny Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?” and a new version of “If I Ever Was A Child” for Spotify Singles Sessions.