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Tweedy, the new band that Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy formed with his drummer son Spencer, haven't yet released their debut album Sukierae, but they haven't exactly been withholding, either. Over the…   Read Story »
"We haven't played in about a year," Jeff Tweedy smirked, "so you guys are getting us fresh." It's true; the concert Wednesday in Columbus was Wilco's first of 2014, and at first it felt like a…   Read Story »
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…   Read Story »
Remember how Wilco posted Yankee Hotel Foxtrot for free online until they could find a label to release it? It seems like Jeff Tweedy is doing something similar with his new band Tweedy, a duo that…   Read Story »
Tweedy, the duo of Wilco leader Jeff Tweedy and his drumming son Spencer, are still a month and a half away from releasing Sukierae, their first album together, and they've already shared a pile of…   Read Story »
Tweedy is Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy's new band with his son, drummer Spencer. Their first album together is called Sukierae, and we've already heard a handful of its songs: "I'll Sing It," "Summer…   Read Story »
The songs released so far from Jeff and Spencer Tweedy's Sukierae -- "I'll Sing It," "Summer Noon," and "Wait For Love" -- have been relatively straightforward folk-rock tracks that ostensibly…   Read Story »
The latest single from Jeff and Spencer Tweedy's Sukierae is here, following "I'll Sing It" and "Summer Noon." It's a slow jam called "Wait For Love" that features some highly pleasant whistling.…   Read Story »
Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy recently formed Tweedy, a new duo with his drumming son Spencer, and Sukierae, their debut album as a group, is coming out in a couple of months. We've heard their first…   Read Story »
Following up a career-making, universally acclaimed opus is enough to fray the edges of a human being's sanity. We saw this in Meeting People Is Easy, the impossibly morbid documentary about…   Read Story »