Front of House Series

Our Front of House series on nugs.net explores Wilco’s 25+ years of live catalog, past and present. The series includes exclusive recordings and in-depth show notes.

For February, we’ve released Wilco’s 2007 show at Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, NJ.

Check it out here.

Photo by Charles Harris.

How To Write One Song

Jeff Tweedy’s second book, How To Write One Song: Loving The Things We Create and How They Love Us Back is out now.

Esquire hit the nail on the head: “[How to Write One Song] is one part manual for composing a song, and one part philosophical inquiry into the human desire—the human need—to create. It’s also an easy, delightful read.” 

This is the perfect gift for your kid, or your inner child. What are you waiting for? Get creating:   

US | UK | EU  | Audio book read by Jeff

Save Our Stages


Watch Jeff, Spencer, Sammy, Liam Kazar, Sima Cunningham and James Elkington perform a cover of “Old Country Waltz” from The Hideout in Chicago.


The National Independent Venue Association Emergency Relief Fund is raising money for grants in hopes of enabling some of the most distressed independent venues to hold on until they can reopen safely. To learn more, go to http://saveourstages.com

Wilco Recommends


Hey, 2020 wasn’t all bad! Check out some of the band’s favorite albums from the year.  Hear a sampling of the tunes here.

A very happy new year to you all. Stay safe.


Birdy On The Moon

High and Low/The Message by Birdy On The Moon (aka Pat Sansone!).

Released for the first time since its recording in 90s, “High and Low/The Message” is available digitally on Bandcamp and to preorder on 7″ vinyl.

New From Nels

Share The Wealth, a spankin’ new, multi-faceted document played by a sublimely-expanded edition of my long-standing combo called The Nels Cline Singers is out now.

“Anyone out there hankering for a rather elaborate elucidation of sonic architecture in the jazz/rock/improv universe at this time? I hope so, but I truly understand if not. Creations get created and plans to provide these creations to you, the ardent listeners, get planned, and so here I am/we are with Share The Wealth. I am, in spite of so many concerning non-musical occurrences that assail us all at this time, truly happy and proud to announce the imminent release of this double album.” – NC

Listen to Share The Wealth

Summerteeth: Deluxe Edition

The expanded version of Wilco’s third studio album is out now.
Summerteeth: Deluxe Edition is a 5-LP / 4-CD set that includes the original album remastered, and is full to the brim with previously-unreleased outtakes, demos and live recordings.

Shop The Wilco Stores (US | EU | AUS), for vinyl, CD and digital, plus hats, shirts and masks to match!

For more details, track listing and credits: go here.

RSD Black Friday

Uncle Tupelo Live at Lounge Ax is the first commercial release of a rare Uncle Tupelo club performance during the tour for Anodyne.

This vinyl-only Record Store Day release features the full 1994 concert, including 20 tracks spanning the band’s five-year career.

Audio restored by Tom Schick from the original WXRT simulcast mix and mastered for vinyl by Bob Ludwig. Limited edition of 3,000 double LP units, available November 27, only via RSD Black Friday outlets.

Find your local record store here.

The Autumn Defense

We’re wishing Pat and John and The Autumn Defense a happy 10 year anniversary for the album Once Around!

Once Around (Expanded 10th Anniversary Edition) includes the original 11 tracks, plus one bonus track and ten, previously unreleased, live tracks – 5 recorded live for Amoeba Music Hollywood and 5 recorded at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, Georgia around the time of the album’s release.

Get it now, exclusively on Bandcamp

Wilco x Oxford Pennant


The Wilco x Oxford Pennant collection is back in stock and better than ever. Not only have we rerelease some of our favorite designs from Solid Sound and Winterlude, we’ve also added several new banners, mugs, patches, pins and more.

Available at OxfordPennant.com.

Racial injustice in the music industry

The modern music industry is built almost entirely on Black art. The wealth that rightfully belonged to Black artists was stolen outright and to this day continues to grow outside their communities. No one artist could come close to paying the debt we owe to the Black originators of our modern music and their children and grandchildren. As an individual I have recognized the unfairness of the life I live in relation to the deprivation of people whose work mine is but a shadow of. I’ve tried to compensate for those inequities in both my public and private life. It hasn’t been enough.

I’ve often thought there should be an industry-wide plan to address this enormous injustice. Considering that our business prides itself on its progressive ideals and commitments to social justice, I’ve waited, thinking we would eventually put some type of sustained tithing in place — some initiative that would allow us all to redirect a portion of our revenue to the communities that have been deprived of it. I’ve resisted being the one to initiate such a plan for reasons I find unpersuasive now. I feel it’s important to pledge my personal commitment to paying this debt, and to publicly ask every one of my peers to work toward doing the same.

What I propose going forward is a program that allows songwriters and musicians to direct a percentage of their “writer’s share” revenue to organizations that assist and support Black communities. This could take the shape of a box to check on rights management contracts, putting it at the foundation of our business. Or it could take another shape entirely. I don’t possess the expertise to manifest this initiative, but I can begin to do my part by committing 5% of my writer revenue to organizations that are working toward racial justice, which include but are not limited to Movement for Black Lives and Black Women’s Blueprint.

To BMI, ASCAP, SESAC, and all other organizations that collect and disburse songwriter’s royalties, I ask you to please investigate a way to implement such a program. To industry leaders: please join me in forming a coalition. My small contribution alone is a sincere but insufficient gesture. Hundreds of us joining together could provide some tremendous relief. Thousands of us committing to a reparations initiative could change our business and the world we live in. Black Lives Matter. Thank you. 

– Jeff Tweedy

Wilco x Sleater-Kinney

Wilco and Sleater-Kinney. The tour we have to wait a little longer for… August 2020 dates have been rescheduled for August 2021.

We hope to see you at the new dates, where your current ticket will be honored. If you cannot make it, refunds are available via your point of purchase.


Tell Your Friends

A new Wilco song called “Tell Your Friends” is available for immediate download with a charitable contribution via Bandcamp.

Watch the band perform the song with their families here.

Donations will go directly to World Central Kitchen, an organization working across America to safely distribute fresh meals in communities that need support.

** As of July 2020 we have donated $10,000 to World Central Kitchen. **

We miss each other. So we wrote a song about it to sing with each other, to sing to each other.” – Jeff Tweedy

Tour update


Wilco’s 2020 tour dates have been postponed.

We are working hard to reschedule postponed tour dates for 2021, and we appreciate your patience as we navigate these waters.

For the most up-to-date information check our shows page.

When new dates are confirmed you’ll be the first to know and your current ticket will be honored at the door. For additional ticketing questions, including information on refunds, please contact your point of purchase.

100 Polaroids

Previously out-of-print, Pat’s book “100 Polaroids” is now available for preorder. A portion of proceeds will be donated to MusiCares.

“10 years ago I put together this book to commemorate an exhibit at the first Solid Sound Festival… an exhibit of 100 photographs chosen from the thousands I had taken in the previous few years. I had just begun to look at preparing this reprint when COVID emerged, and was on the fence about whether or not to move forward with the endeavor. But I decided that I’d rather continue to stay involved in creative pursuits and share it with others…”

Available here.

All Lives, You Say?

Both pressings of the “All Lives, You Say?” 7-are officially sold out. Thanks! Because of you, we were able to donate $7,500 to Movement for Black Lives.

The digital version of this song was previously available via Bandcamp. Through those donations we contributed more than $30,000 to Southern Poverty Law Center and Life After Hate.

Support Local

We’d rather be at a record store, that’s for sure.

Our indie friends are taking a hit. And while we agree nothing beats flipping through the bins, we encourage you to check in with your local record store to see if you can peruse their inventory online. Many shops are even offering curbside pick-up for new, used and collectable vinyl, CDs and more. Record Store Day has compiled a helpful list to get you started. After all, “without these stores, there’s just no way Wilco would still be around.” – Jeff Tweedy

And if you already own the Wilco catalog, browse a sampling of the band’s latest recommendations featured on this playlist.

Photo credit: Huckberry

Daniel Johnston – Chicago 2017

There is and was only one Daniel and to be able to work with him and help present his music was a huge honor for me and the band, one for which we are all very thankful.” – Jeff Tweedy 

Daniel Johnston’s final album, Chicago 2017, is available now via Wilco’s own dBpm Records: Spotify | Apple Music | Amazon Music

Via sales in the Wilco store, we were able to donated $7,000 to the Johnston family’s “Hi How Are You” Foundation for the study and treatment of mental illness and addiction recovery.




The Raccoonists (Jeff, Spencer and Sammy Tweedy) reunited to perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live From His House.

Watch the Tweedy’s sing “Evergreen” from Jeff’s album WARMER here.

Watch From Home

In December, amid Wilco’s Winterlude residency in Chicago, the band played a surprise show – followed by a Q+A with Jeff moderated by TJ Jagodowski – from the CAA’s vintage basketball court.

During these strange times, we hope this is a welcome distraction.

Watch in full here.

Viva Wilco!

Wilco’s first trip to Mexico was a downright success.

We had a lot of fun, and we hope you did, too. Check out the recap video from Sky Blue Sky to relive your favorite moments.

Plus, download full live recordings of the Wilco sets via the Wilco Store Roadcase Series.


Photo by Josh Timmermans


Ode to Joy out now!


Wilco’s 11th studio album is available now, in stores, online and on streaming services.

Ode to Joy features 11 new songs including the single, “Love is Everywhere.”

Happy Listening!

Download This: Wilco live from Chicago


Wilco’s 2019 Chicago Winterlude Residency was one for the books. You can relive it now via our Roadcase series in the Wilco Store.



Now Playing: A new music video (feat. Wilco) for “Everyone Hides,” the second single from Ode to Joy. 

Watch as the band plays the ultimate game of hide-and-seek around Chicago.

A match made in Chicago


Wilco X Field Notes

Six unique, durable, made-in-the-USA, 48-Page Graph Paper Memo Books, each one designed by a different artist in collaboration with a Wilco.

Available now and ready for your ideas, setlists and meeting notes.


Deluxe Art Book


For the Wilco collector: We created a beautiful hand-crafted autographed deluxe edition of Ode to Joy that includes and hand-numbered pop-up art book paired with a 180g vinyl. To see more of the process, watch the video below. Available for purchase here.



Bundle up with WARM and WARMER. Jeff’s latest solo albums now available together in one package.

US Wilco Store | EU Wilco Store

Read liner notes from George Saunders and watch the video for the lead single “Some Birds” now via The New Yorker.



Get an inside look into the recording sessions for Ode to Joy via new video for “Before Us,” filmed by Zoran Orlic.



Jeff’s NYT’s best-selling memoir, Let’s Go (So We Can Get Back), is available now on hardcover and paperback.

For the first time, Jeff takes fans into his songwriting process,  talks about his childhood, speaks in-depth about his collaborators in Uncle Tupelo, Wilco, and more.


The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Watch Wilco perform “Everyone Hides” live from the iconic Ed Sullivan Theater.

Streaming live from Brooklyn Steel


Take a break from the TV.

Watch Wilco’s Ode to Joy tour live from Brooklyn Steel on Oct. 13 2019.

The band is on tour now. Tickets are available here.

Photo by Zoran Orlic