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Wilco (The Album) Is Wilco’s New Album Title

Rolling Stone reports that Wilco's seventh album will be titled Wilco (The Album). If you recall, we posted "Wilco (The Song)" when they stopped by Colbert a ways back, so maybe we should've been detectives and guessed the straightforward generic branding. Nah, as RS reports, they break concept on the rest of the… More »

By: brandon / April 28, 2009

Watch Some Of Wilco’s Ashes To American Flags DVD

In advance of a new album this summer, Wilco are releasing the concert film Ashes To American Flags on April 18th. You can check out a full performance clip of Sky Blue Sky's "Side With The Seeds" at ew.com. More »

By: Amrit Singh / April 8, 2009

New Wilco LP’s Got Feist, “Wilco (The Song)”

The followup to 2007's soothing Sky Blue Sky is out in late June on Nonesuch. In addition to Lolla-fav "One Wing," it's got "You And I" (featuring Feist) and "Wilco (The Song)." Spy more working titles at Wilcoworld with the caveat that the list "is not necessarily complete and not in sequence,"… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / March 27, 2009

Jeff Tweedy Covers Radiohead

Yesterday we got a rare glimpse of Phil Selway singer-songwritering at one of the 7 Worlds Collide shows in Auckland this week. As mentioned, the series yielded something just as rare and even more bloggable in Jeff Tweedy's take on "Fake Plastic Trees." And here it is. The world-collision quota is nearly fulfilled by… More »

By: Amrit Singh / January 8, 2009

Jeff Tweedy’s Son Spencer Has A Blog

And it is pretty impressive! (It's described as "a riveting mix of political insight, social commentary, pre-teen humor, music appreciation, and computer expertise.") Check out the posts about how Spencer spent his 13th birthday playing drums for Wilco at Madison Square Garden. He has come a long way from Kidzapalooza. I'm sure his Bar… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / December 19, 2008

Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien and Phil Selway Rejoining Neil Finn For 7 Worlds Collide 2

Radioheads Ed O'Brien and Philip Selway are rejoining the ex-Crowded Housed Neil Finn for part two of his 7 Worlds Collide project. The first one, a live album/DVD that came out in 2001, paired Finn with various "friends." The footage was recorded at the St. James Theater in Auckland, New Zealand. The friends circa 2001… More »

By: brandon / November 17, 2008

Jeff Tweedy Talks With Stephen Colbert, Premieres “Wilco The Song”

Last night Stephen Colbert welcomed Jeff Tweedy to his guest stool for a hard hitting interview in which he proposed new and more rocking names for the Wilco frontman (Jeff Silky or even better, Joffrey Velvet) and also questioned the political propriety of offering free MP3s on the Wilco site. ("Are you a socialist? ... More »

By: Amrit Singh / October 31, 2008

Wilco Debut New Tunes, Get Covered By Norah Jones

Last weekend at the Bridge School Benefit in Mountain View, CA, Wilco played a couple new songs (one Saturday set, one Sunday) that may or may not show up on their forthcoming seventh album, which is due sometime in the first half of 2009. If you recall, Tweedy also offered new material last month… More »

By: brandon / October 30, 2008

Jeff Tweedy’s Treating Spain To Some New Stuff

As mentioned way back when Wilco and Fleet Foxes covered "I Shall Be Released," Jeff's on a working vacation to Spain this week, where he is testing out some new stuff. Have a listen to a pretty half-tune at YouTube. (Thanks, Ryan). More »

By: Amrit Singh / September 4, 2008

Wilco & Fleet Foxes Cover Bob Dylan

The division of labor on this one -- a cover of Dylan's American Songbook staple "I Shall Be Released -- is precisely how you'd want it: Tweedy on lead, the hirsute harmony makers of Fleet Foxes filling out the backdrop. The performance was captured during one of Robin & Co.'s four shows with Wilco, at… More »

By: Amrit Singh / September 2, 2008

Outside Lands 2008 In Photos

This weekend San Francisco hosted the first-ever Outside Lands Festival. We're still nursing hangovers from a long summer of fests, so in our stead we sent Heather of I Am Fuel You Are Friends to take it in, and take some photos. So, take it away, Heather... The inaugural Outside Lands Festival took over… More »

By: Amrit Singh / August 25, 2008

Wilco LP7 On The Way

At their triumphant Lollapalooza headlining set, Wilco debuted new suits and a new tune, "One Wing." Now comes word that a follow-up to the wonderful Sky Blue Sky should be out by spring. Jeff Tweedy offered this progress report to Albany radio station WAMC. Via Billboard: Tweedy says he expects Wilco will "allow… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / August 18, 2008

Wilco Take Me Out To The Ballgame

Lots of costume changes for Wilco this weekend. Last spotted sporting nifty suits and debuting works in progress at Lollapalooza, the band swapped 'em for Cubs uniforms the next day and treated the fans at Wrigley to a 7th inning "Take Me Out To The Ballgame." You could say the band was in tow… More »

By: Amrit Singh / August 5, 2008

Lollapalooza 2008: Wilco Bring New Tune, Not Obama

By Scott Lapatine & Amrit Singh Wilco and Rage Against The Machine went head to head on last night's schedule, and fans of both bands began the trek to opposite sides of Grant Park well before the 8:30 kickoff. We chose Wilco, and not because of the rumors from People Who Would Know that Barack… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / August 3, 2008

Bob Dylan, Chuck Berry Join Usual Suspects For Virgin Fest 2008

Some details leaked a few weeks back, but now you can peruse the full line-up for Virgin's Baltimore stop and decide whether to shell out the $175 (plus $175 for gas). The third annual Virgin East Coast delivers some familiar festival faces to Pimlico Race Course August 9 and 10: Kanye, NIN, and the omnipresent… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / April 28, 2008

Lollapalooza 2008 Full Line-Up Revealed

Last week, Chicago Sun-Times's Jim DeRogatis leaked over a dozen names performing at this summer's 45th annual Lollapalooza festival, including the Alternative Nation power troika of Radiohead, Rage Against the Machine, and Nine Inch Nails. Lollafounder Perry Farrell responded in an interview with VH1 by calling the reporter "Pepe LePew." No problem, saysMore »

By: Scott Lapatine / April 6, 2008

Lollapalooza 2008 Headliners, Partial Lineup Leaked

Just when we were thinking we could get away with just one trip to Chicago this summer, Lolla drops details on the sort of lineup we were expecting to see from the Coachella folks a few months ago. Jim DeRo over at the Sun-Times gets his claws on the first confirmed information. Headliners: RadioheadNine… More »

By: Amrit Singh / April 4, 2008

New Wilco – “Glad It’s Over”

It's a tad strange listening to a Wilco song without a Volkswagen commercial attached to it, but we'll deal. The previously unreleased "Glad It's Over"'s a slippery toe-tapping Sky Blue Sky outtake that appears on the previously mentioned, Death Cab and My Morning Jacket-studded Heroes soundtrack, available only at Best Buy. Or, if… More »

By: Amrit Singh / April 3, 2008

Esquire‘s Top Ten Car Commercial Songs Of The Year, Or, Wilco Make Good Car-Selling Music

Esquire has compiled a list of this last year's 10 best car commercial as part of their annual music awards, The Eskys. Right off the bat, you should notice the importance of Jeff Tweedy to the car industry ... and half-baked lists. Via Esquire: 10 "Sky Blue Sky" - Wilco (2007 Volkswagen Eos)09… More »

By: brandon / March 24, 2008

Jeff Tweedy Has Migraines

Ever go to a Wilco show and watch Jeff Tweedy puke sidestage, and just assume it was the drugs? OK you may have been right about that. But also there's a chance you were making an ass out of u and me; today thanks to LHB we are reminded that Jeff Tweedy i… More »

By: Amrit Singh / March 6, 2008
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