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  1. https://player.fm/series/rolling-stone-music-now-170040/a-conversation-with-wilcos-jeff-tweedy You can find it on Itunes, spotify etc
  2. This interview was conducted at the Loft. It’s from the forthcoming issue with Jeff on the cover. There are lots of interesting nuggets, including Jeff’s somewhat surprising feelings about Summerteeth and what I read as hints of a more rocking album to come after Ode to Joy. It’s a long article. Dig in. https://tapeop.com/interviews/132/jeff-tweedy/
  3. Hey! Jeff just signed a beautiful Martin for a benefit auction I'm helping with for Southern Poverty Law Center! Wanted to let the Via Chicago community know. It ships in time for Xmas! Here's the auction link with a pic of Jeff signing. https://www.charitybuzz.com/support/LoveSpeech
  4. https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/drugs-anxiety-and-sobriety-define-jeff-tweedy-as-much-as-his-music
  5. Jeff made a wide ranging appearance on Live From Here last night, singing a total of 5 songs throughout the show. The highlight was an absolutely goosebump-inducing Hell Is Chrome. You can listen to the archived stream at the Live From Here website. In the first hour he sang Some Birds and later in the hour Having Been Is No Way To Be (with strings) followed by a very pretty You and I. In the second hour he sang Let’s Go Rain. Chris Thile remarked that although it sounded like a happy tune, it seemed to have a darker edge. Jeff said “It’s a plea for the sweet relief of death, yes.” This led
  6. Ok, so this is not from an unbiased source. My dear friend Gina Meyer (Fred and Wanda, Crescendo, County Road 3249 - aka Drunk Girl, etc.) Was thrilled that Tweedy not only sang our favorite Wilco song, but that he actually let her accompany him and seemed to enjoy doing it. Anyone who saw it (my daughter had heard about it in Burlington Vermont before the show ended) wants to comment, or would like to know more about Gina's music would be more than welcome to post . Thanks. My history goes back to the earliest Uncle Tupelo days (they toured the US with my good friends The Walkabouts
  7. Show page: http://www.abbeypub.com/event/665661-big-interview-show-jeff-chicago/ Saw Spencer tweet out the link. Tickets are $15 + $3 and change in fees. Got my ticket. Should be fun. And Jeff's previous appearance on The BIG Interview Show
  8. hello all... i hope i'm posting to the right forum here...but, there's rumors going around that jt is playing a secret show in fort worth tomorrow night (june 19th) and i was hoping someone here might have some information. he's playing tulsa tonight and austin the night after, so there might be some credibility to this rumor. craigslist has a few ads, one saying they have tickets for $100 and another saying, "no, don't pay money...tickets are $10 on a first come, first serve basis," but neither of them have a venue listed...probably because of the whole "secret" thing. anyway, that's all
  9. My recording of the Mountain Jam set is up here for those interested to stream and download. Hope you enjoy it. http://www.nyctaper.com/2014/06/jeff-tweedy-june-7-2014-mountain-jam-x-hunter-ny-flacmp3streaming-full-set/ Jeff Tweedy 2014-06-07 Mountain Jam X (East Stage) Hunter, NY USA Exclusive download hosted at nyctaper.com Recorded and produced by acidjack MBHO KA200N/MBP603 (PAS, Side of Board)>Sound Devices USBPre2>Sony PCM-D50>24bit/48kHz WAV>Adobe Audition CS 5.5 (fades, compression)>Izotope Ozone 5 (EQ, effects)>Audacity 2.0.3 (track, amplify, balance, downsample,
  10. Here is the tab to one of the Jeff Tweedy penned songs from the new Mavis Staples record. Great song. Hope you find it correct. Jesus Wept Standard Tuning, No Capo Intro/Riff e--------------------------------- B--------------------------------- G--------------------------------- x2 D--------------------------------- A----0h2-0h2---0h2---0h2-0-0h2--- E--3----------------0------------3- G-----------------------Em My throat quits when I try to say G---------------Em How I long for the day -----Am--------------D--D* How I wish there was a way ------Am------D--D* I could see you again D*
  11. Hi All, Are there any known Jeff Tweedy solo shows where he has performed Side with the Seeds? I am also looking for a good guitar tab of this song. Thanks in advance.
  12. Thanks, Analogman, for posting below with better formatting.
  13. This just in http://www.relix.com/news/2013/04/02/white-denim-working-on-new-studio-album-with-jeff-tweedy White Denim Working on New Studio Album With Jeff Tweedy White Denim in the studio with Jeff Tweedy. Photo by Zoran Orlic White Denim have exclusively revealed to Relix that they are currently working on a new studio album with Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy. In early March, the members of the psychedelic-influenced garage rock group spent a few days recording with Tweedy at Wilco’s famed Chicago headquarters/studio The Loft. They blasted through two full-realized tracks and
  14. I spent a weekend listening to all the music Wilco recorded after "Summerteeth" and came up with a list of best to worst, which isn't much real estate to tell the truth. Read the story here: http://www.michaelcorcoran.net/archives/2822
  15. http://www.stereogum.com/1384762/progress-report-jeff-tweedy/franchises/progress-report/
  16. http://sooutoftune.org/concerts/977 This interview has been really hard to find in a usable format and I just noticed that it's now carried on the sooutoftune.org site. In fact, that site is now greatly expanded with tons more content, including lots of Uncle Tupelo shows, Tweedy solo shows and at least a sampling of various Wilco members' side projects. What a great resource this is!
  17. I was at this show while living in Tahoe. I would really really like to find a recording of this show. I had such a good time and it was my first Wilco show and my second is tonight in Berkeley, CA @ The Greek Theatre 09/22/2012 . Please if anyone can help out or point me in the right direction I would be truly grateful. I am willing to pay a reasonable amount for a copy of this show if you have one or know someone that has one or we could also work out a trad3. Thank you guys! "we can make it better, pull ourselves together and start it again"
  18. Jeff plays his signature SG with Dan Wean of Chicago Music Exchange: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Okm4KzOLcc
  19. Just heard a short interview with Jeff Tweedy on All Things Considered, talking about the Mermaid Avenue project in conjunction with Woody Guthrie's 100th birthday. Link here: http://www.npr.org/2...guthries-legacy
  20. At the Tweedy solo shows in May, there was a film/video crew interviewing fans out in front of the Vic on rituals. They also filmed Jeff talking about rituals Just thought of it yesterday and googled jeff tweedy rituals and came across this website http://www.andrewwehde.com/Rituals-Jeff-Tweedy Sent an email to Andrew asking for the password to look at the video and he responded that the video was being released on Youtube today (6/27/12) Tried looking on youtube today but haven't found it yet. His response to my email was- "are you industry or just a wilco fan?"
  21. Listen Up Denver! got to sit down with Nels Cline as the band was in the midst of their spring tour. He had just crawled out of his bunk on a tour bus in southern Alabama and was sipping coffee as he stared out the window at the band’s crew playing football outside. For the most part, Cline is a regular guy, with regular problems and bills to pay just like the rest of us. The difference is, he pays those bills by playing guitar in Wilco. Check out the conversation! Listen Up Denver!'s Conversation With Nels Cline Enjoy!
  22. This is my favorite Wilco song at the moment (which is, of course, subject to change by tomorrow morning), so I thought I would take the time to formally analyze the lyrics, considering the thematic and emotional meaning behind the song. Enjoy! If you disagree or have an alternative opinion, I would love to hear it! She's a Jar “She's a jar With a heavy lid My pop quiz kid A sleepy kisser A pretty war With feelings hid She begs me not to miss her” This first stanza hits the listener with a lot all at once. The first two lines “She’s a jar/with a heavy lid,” firstly portrays this woman as
  23. It's been announced by the A.V. Club that Chicago's Old Town School of Folk Music is to release, December 13, a 127-song retrospective that includes a Jeff Tweedy track. The song is “Three is The Magic Number", recorded back in February 2002. For a complete list of the tracks and participating artists, see here: http://www.oldtownsc...LiveFromTOC.pdf To view the A.V. Club story follow this other link: http://www.avclub.co...-great-p,64986/
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