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Instead of selling out one night at a large venue, Popeye pals Wilco sold out three nights at medium sized venues scattered across Los Angeles with their second stop being the Wiltern. Jeff Tweedy…   Read Story »
While it seemed like a one-off at the time, the Popeye/Wilco collaboration rolls on with the video for The Whole Love cut "Dawned On Me." Every Popeye character is sort of whittled down to their…   Read Story »
Sometimes it's hard for bands to stay in the spotlight mere months after their album drops, but Wilco seems to be having no problem with that lately, especially if you take into accord the Popeye…   Read Story »
The great American city of Chicago has lately produced two -- count 'em, two -- weirdly famous precocious preadolescent hipster-fried bloggers: Wilco heir Spencer Tweedy and fashion prodigy Tavi…   Read Story »
During Wilco's recent visit to Chicago's WGN-TV, the band performed "Dawned On Me" and "Whole Love," and as a special bonus, frontman Jeff Tweedy stepped out in front of the greenscreen to help…   Read Story »
The sparse, chugging, vaguely Spoon-sounding "I Might" was the first single from Wilco's 2011 album The Whole Love, and it's one of that LP's highlights. And right now, we've got two new versions of…   Read Story »
One day a year just isn't enough for the people behind Record Store Day, the annual celebration of independent vinyl retailers. So for the second year running, the Record Store Day people have…   Read Story »
"Speak Into The Rose" is a track from the deluxe version of Wilco's new album The Whole Love, but it finds the band in the mode of A Ghost Is Born, their most experimental and divisive album. It's a…   Read Story »
Wilco spent a whole lot of last night on the Late Show With David Letterman set. The band served as musical guests on last night's episode, playing their relentlessly pleasant new single "Born Alone"…   Read Story »
"Born Alone," a vaguely Spoon-sounding track from Wilco's new album The Whole Love, has a video. It's a montage of band-related imagery (guitar racks, studio knobs, faces), and it's nothing too…   Read Story »