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  1. I am very proud to announce that I have come onboard as co-director/co-producer on a documentary about a musician who was very much a part of my three favorite albums from a band I love beyond words. That band is Wilco. The musician in question is the amazing Jay Bennett. And the film is called "Where are you, Jay Bennett?" Our Kickstarter is now live. You can read all about it here. Then please watch the trailer, support the project, and share the link with every rock 'n' roll lover out there. Thank you. Gorman http://nodepression.com/article/jay-bennett-gone-not-forgotten https://www.kicks
  2. Hi all, I moved to Chicago last year and I'm a massive Wilco fan. I co-run a collective called Culture Canon, which presents film and other media during live events to incite conversations about popular culture. Culture Canon just announced a screeening of I Am Trying To Break Your Heart: A Film About Wilco, which will take place on Tuesday, December 17 at Virgin Hotels Chicago during the band’s winter residency at Chicago Theatre that week. The poster for the event (attached below) was created by NDTank, a West Virginia-based designer and artist that has created concert posters for Wil
  3. Really want to see this one! Anyone else heard anything about it? Looking to go?
  4. A friend of mine just sent me this link on Facebook. Watched the first 5 minutes of it and I am already hooked. Too bad I'm also at work and cannot watch any more. But, for those of you who can: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VRuBredxaI&fb_source=message Love this band. Hope to see the rest of it soon.
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