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The Unexpected Rise of Wilco

Voted “Least Likely to Succeed”. If there was an alt country yearbook for the class of 1994/1995, Jeff Tweedy probably would have received that designation from the critics as well as the record-buying public. 678 more words

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Vic Mensa Comes Hard On U Mad With Kanye West

We’re gonna wait on the words and jump straight to this insane song.

I’ve been following Vic since he was in high school up in Chicago where he was in a group called Kids These Days. 77 more words



KEXP presents Tweedy performing live in the KEXP studio. Recorded March 12, 2015.

World Away
Summer Noon
The Losing End (When You’re On)
Low Key… 101 more words


Wilco Cancels Indiana Show Due To The State's 'Odious' Religious Freedom Restoration Act

At least one band is up in arms about Indiana’s controversial new “Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act.”

The new legislation, quietly signed into law by Indiana governor Mike Pence last week, allows business owners to deny service to people based on their sexual orientation and be able to cite religious views as a substantial reason to do so. 88 more words


Wilco Cancel Indiana Show Over Religious Freedom Act

By Kevin Rutherford

An upcoming show in Indiana from Wilco will not be performed as scheduled, with the band citing the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act as the chief reason for the cancellation. 154 more words


Record Bulletin, 3/20: Rhiannon Giddens - "Tomorrow is My Turn" and Pops Staples - "Don't Lose This"

Nothing Ever Dies, Not Anymore

Figure I’d better clear out some crap scribblings I’ve had hanging around to do make space in my brain. No point in hanging on to stuff I know I won’t change my mind about. 231 more words


Tweedy have a full circle moment at The Fillmore

Photos by Pedro Paredes // Written by Mike Frash //

Tweedy //
The Fillmore – San Francisco
March 17th & 18th, 2015 //

Tweedy, the familial duo of Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy and his percussive son Spencer, only began touring last year in support of… 393 more words