Jeff Tweedy & Sons Cover Pavement’s ‘Cut Your Hair’
Sammy Tweedy was backed by his brother, Spencer Tweedy and his father, Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy as he sung a Pavement classic on Saturday night’s episode of The Tweedy Show. The Tweedys combined forces for a cover of “Cut Your Hair” within the hour-long Instagram Live program.
“Cut Your Hair” came towards the tail end of Saturday’s The Tweedy Show and featured Sammy on lead vocals, Spencer on drums and Jeff on guitar. The first song performed by Jeff on Saturday was a rendition of “Should’ve Been In Love” from Wilco’s 1995 debut studio album A.M. featuring Spencer on percussion. Other highlights from the episode included Jeff’s version of “Airline To Heaven,” a take on “If I Ever Was A Child” sung by Jeff to Basil (the dog) and a cover of Mazzy Star’s “Fade Into You” featuring Sammy on lead vocals.
Watch Jeff Tweedy perform “Cut Your Hair” with Spencer and Sammy Tweedy as well as the rest of Saturday’s The Tweedy Show below:
Jeff Tweedy had covered the song from Pavement’s iconic 1994 studio album Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain with Wilco at the band’s 2013 Solid Sound Festival. Wilco presented an all-cover set during their event at MASS MoCA and included “Cut Your Hair” within the set. Footage of Wilco rehearsing and performing the tune was included in the documentary Every Other Summer. Watch the portion of the documentary devoted to “Cut Your Hair” and Wilco’s cover set: