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  1. I visited the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary earlier in the day and lo and behold, Glenn is in front of me buying tickets for the Koala hold. So I got to see him hand-feeding some roos and posing for a picture while holding a koala. Absolutely adorable!
  2. 2 x Wilco, Sydney Opera House, Australia, March 21, 2024 N35 & N36 The price for two tickets was $173.72 USD or $266.95 AUD on September 20, 2023. The tickets will be emailed to me 3 days prior to the event. I will still be attending the show in Sydney so can exchange in person at the venue as well. https://cashortrade.org/profile/dasradiohead/posts/1460137/
  3. Hadn't seen the new Roadcase 101 from Berkeley this past October shared. https://wilcostore.com/collections/roadcase/products/roadcase-101-october-14-2023-berkeley-ca
  4. Story To Tell Country Song Upside-Down A Bowl And A Pudding* Infinite Surprise Should've Been In Love I Am Trying To Break Your Heart Gwendolyn I Am My Mother Box Full Of Letters Ambulance One Wing Evicted Guaranteed Pittsburgh Jesus, Etc. Via Chicago Dawned On Me A Lifetime To Find Hate It Here Passenger Side I'm The Man Who Loves You *Live Debut Banter Corner: After Infinite Surprise, Jeff looked around the intimate venue and commented that it felt like he knew e
  5. I think it gets played fairly often, so people are just always chasing their white whales.
  6. Stoughton is very proud of their Norwegian heritage and has Norwegian flags hanging from every street lamp in the city center.
  7. Via Chicago (with Harmonica) Remember The Mountain Bed Infinite Surprise Don’t Forget Cars Can’t Escape In A Future Age Kamera Family Ghost Impossible Germany You And I Evicted Box Full Of Letters Guaranteed Reservations Pecan Pie Gwendolyn Forget the Flowers Laminated Cat I Am My Mother Company In My Back Heavy Metal Drummer A Shot In The Arm After Remember The Mountain Bed, Jeff confirmed that not too many people had attended the previous night causing a woman to shout
  8. California Stars was a request with Jeff explaining that people don't usually like that song. During the song, he asked if the audience wanted to sing along but be careful not to take his part. Before the second verse, Jeff cautioned the audience that it was a little more tricky than the first and either at that point or after the two verses the audience contributed to, also pointed out that some of us had sung his part. Towards the end, a woman requested a song which I couldn't make out, but Jeff replied that he had prepared 800 songs which he could perform over the two nights and
  9. Possibly during the book portion described above or after it around the halfway point of the show, Jeff mentioned that he had been answering questions all week on the tour so he was used to talking a lot more than usual and wanted to ask the audience questions which persisted throughout the night. One of the questions asked was "What is there to do in Stoughton?", which drew the response, "Ice fishing." Jeff commented that was one way to cure boredom(!), sitting on ice waiting for fish, so you're cold and bored before adding that maybe someone might want to take him ice fishing with them. Seve
  10. Sometime during the first half of the show, he asked "Who only knows Wilco songs?" and a few people clapped/cheered causing Jeff to comment on the sheepish reaction to the question. He then proceeded to ask who had his solo albums and during the banter in which Jeff explained there would be more solo material tonight because he doesn't get to play it as often, someone shouted out he should write a book. Not one to pass up the softball, Jeff replied, "Funny you should say that!" and recounted how he had been on a book tour for the last week and it was available to purchase in the lobby. During
  11. I think Hummingbird was the first song with whistling and received the biggest reaction from the crowd upon completion, which caused Jeff to comment on how this is a crowd that loves whistling and maybe he should just whistle all the songs for the rest of the night which drew laughter and more cheers. Then after he whistled in Dawned On Me, someone requested a song without whistling, which he politely pointed out did not fit the theme, and then the request for The Ruling Class was shouted from the balcony. Jeff acknowledged that song had a fair amount of whistling before practicing the lengthy
  12. At or towards the beginning, Jeff confirmed he knew how to pronounce the name of the town/venue he was performing in: Stough (as in Standing O) ton. Standing O hint added by me, not Jeff. He just pronounced it correctly. Took me several times to get it right. Early on in the set about 5 songs in ish, Jeff commenting on the new cushions for the seats asked the crowd how our butts were doing which caused someone to ask him about his behind and after explaining that he wasn't sitting down so his tuchus would not be as comfortable as ours, remarked that he did have a fine ass and we shoul
  13. 7 P.M. Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You [Bob Dylan] I Am My Mother Cruel Country New Madrid That's How I Got To Memphis [Tom T. Hall] Please Be Wrong Someday Soon Hesitating Beauty Death Of The Last Stripper [Terry Allen and the Panhandle Mystery Band] She's My Rock [Stoney Edwards] Falling Apart (Right Now) Give Back The Key To My Heart [Doug Sahm] A Lifetime To Find U.S. Blues [Grateful Dead] Reincarnation [Roger Miller] (Not on printed setlist) 9 P.M. Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You [Bob D
  14. Assuming this takes place at night, I don’t see anything scheduled at Soldier Field, Auditorium, Salt Shed, Radius, Pritzker, Riv, Vic, Civic Opera House or Symphony. The Opera House is roughly located where the ad picture was taken. Metro, Thalia, Lincoln Hall, Schubas, and possibly Aragon have events scheduled at night. I haven’t checked smaller venues but hopefully it’ll be somewhere 1000+.
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