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Q&A: Jay Farrar On 20 Years Of Son Volt

Son Volt's 1995 debut, Trace, is an album full of highways and backroads, maps and legends. Sturdily constructed from scraps of rusted country and strange,…
Stephen Deusner | October 27, 2015 - 11:58 am

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Wilco Announce A.M., Being There Reissues With Unreleased Uncle Tupelo Song

Wilco are reissuing their first two albums -- 1995's A.M. and 1996's Being There -- in deluxe sets that include never-before-released studio outtakes, alternate takes,…
James Rettig | October 12, 2017 - 12:11 pm

Jeff Tweedy Writing “Funny, Disarming” Memoir

Jeff Tweedy is one of the most winsome personalities in music today, and his decades as a professional musician have generated enough drama to fill…
Chris DeVille | November 20, 2015 - 4:21 pm

Yim Yames, Jay Farrar, Will Johnson & Anders Parker – “Old LA”

There's quite a collection of Americana big dogs at work on this track: Former Uncle Tupelo co-leader and current Son Volt frontman Ja Farrar, My…
Tom Breihan | January 11, 2012 - 11:00 am

New Ben Gibbard & Jay Farrar – “These Roads Don’t Move”

The newlywed and Son Volter showcase their Kerouac love in one of twelve new collaborative songs from One Fast Move Or I'm Gone, the documentary…
Brandon Stosuy | September 23, 2009 - 9:29 am