Wilco rose from the ashes of Uncle Tupelo in 1994, which means they’ve been a band for 20 years now. And to mark that occasion, they’ve got a few things in the works, as a recent post on their website announces. The band hasn’t unveiled any details yet, but they’ve got plans to release their first best-of collection, as well as a box set of rarities. And they’ve also announced a short, celebratory fall tour. Check out the dates below.

9/03 Columbus, OH @ LC Pavilion *
9/04 Akron, OH @ Akron Civic Theatre *
9/06-06 Arrington, VA @ Lockn’ Festival
10/21-22 Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
10/23 Knoxville, TN @ Tennessee Theatre
10/25 Raleigh, NC @ North Carolina Museum Of Art
10/28-29 Port Chester, NY @ Capitol Theatre

• with Bahamas

The band will also be on The Tonight Show 10/27, and Tweedy’s debut album Sukierae is out 9/23 on Wilco’s dBpm label.

Comments (2)
  1. Uh…this is great and everything, but I sure hope that this doesn’t mean they’re quitting, given Tweedy’s solo album and the long period between records. That would be heartbreaking.

  2. New album PLEASE. C’mon. Not only is 20 years as a band an excuse for a rarities album, a best of, a tour, and a solo record (all valid ventures), but it is also THE BEST reason for a new album!!!!!!!!
    Come on Tweeds, LETS DO IT!!!!!!!
    Still excited as hell for Sukierae.

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