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Wilco

5 years ago by Ian Trass
Wilco is a little like baseball, in that you probably know the rules, but the die-hard fans see skill and nuance that are impossible to convey to the casual crowd. Jeff Tweedy and company have become a full-blown American institution, and their fans are tracking stats, keeping up with the...
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Wilco

12 years ago by Adam Cayton-Holland
There's nothing better than having your frontman fuck up in public, especially when your band is about to release a new album. Jason Stollsteimer let Jack White go smack-my-bitch-up on his face, and suddenly the Von Bondies became positively anticipated. Likewise, Jeff Tweedy checked into rehab for painkiller addiction and...
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Wilco

12 years ago by Michael Gallucci
It's not surprising that Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy recently completed rehab for painkiller addiction; the man who summoned A Ghost Is Born is clearly haunted. After ambitious stabs at a history-of-rock concept album and a summery pop record culminated in 2002's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot -- a post-9/11 rumination on the...
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Scott Amendola Band Gets Emotional at Dazzle

3 months ago by Jon Solomon
One night in June 2002, Bay Area-based drummer Scott Amendola finished recording the tracks for Cry, his second album as a bandleader. He and guitarist Nels Cline (who would join Wilco two years later) sat in the control room afterward. Commenting on the wide variety of material on Cry, Cline...
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Nels Cline on why he fronts a jazz band in addition to playing for Wilco

2 years ago by Jon Solomon
Guitar wiz Nels Cline says he used to envy people who could stick to one genre, like musicians who'd say, "All I do is play swing, or all I do is play bluegrass, or all I do is play prepared guitar." But for Cline, due tonight at Dazzle, focusing on...
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ROGER WILCO

22 years ago by Brad Jones
Wilco's Jeff Tweedy knows a thing or two about rock journalism. "The Flying Burrito Brothers have to be mentioned in any article about a country-rock band," notes the singer/guitarist. "It's like the Velvet Underground or Big Star. For rock critics, its a reference point. Which is fine. That's cool with...
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Wilco, Darius Rucker, Zeds Dead Shows Announced

2 years ago by Jon Solomon
Wilco, who celebrated twenty years together last year, will headline Red Rocks on Tuesday, July 14. Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Steve Gunn opens. General admission and reserved tickets ($45.50-$65) go on sale on Friday, February 6 at 10 a.m. Darius Rucker, who slated to release his fourth studio album in March, brings...
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Robyn Hitchcock Lives in Nashville, but He Hasn't Gone "Twangy"

4 months ago by Jon Solomon
Robyn Hitchcock spent a good chunk of his life in England, including his tenure with the psych-rock band Soft Boys and through his solo career with and without the Egyptians. These days, however, Hitchcock’s living in Nashville, where he’s working on a new album. He’s been living in Nashville since...
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Three questions with Wilco's Jeff Tweedy

6 years ago by Dave Herrera
Having fulfilled its commitment with former label Nonesuch, Wilco finds itself in a pretty enviable position right now. With a core fan base firmly established, the band has, in essence, established a framework to assume greater control of its career by releasing its own music — in its own time...
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Over the weekend: Wilco at Red Rocks

7 years ago by Jon Solomon
Wilco and Okkervil River Friday, July 3, 2009 Red Rocks Amphitheatre Better than: Wilco's show at the Pikes Peak Center last year. Just as Wilco took the stage, the theme from the Price is Right played and two people cloaked in a camel suit pranced across the stage. Sure, it...

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