Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy, Glenn Kotche & Pat Sansone Perform On ‘The Tweedy Show’
Wilco‘s Jeff Tweedy, Glenn Kotche and Pat Sansone teamed up to perform on Monday’s installment of The Tweedy Show. Last night marked the 180th The Tweedy Show episode, which typically originates from Tweedy’s Chicago home as it did on Monday. The Nashville-based Sansone was in Jeff and Glenn’s hometown of Chicago to work on the next Wilco album as per Tweedy.
The trio was joined at points by Jeff’s son, Spencer Tweedy. Kotche performed with a broken ankle suffered during a fall. Jeff was on electric guitar with Glenn behind the kit, Pat on keys and Spencer on an egg shaker for a take on “Hate It Here” from 2007’s Sky Blue Sky to kick off the action. The three members of Wilco then performed “How To Fight Loneliness” from 1999’s Summerteeth and “Black Moon” off 2011’s The Whole Love.
Jeff, Pat and Glenn went all the way back to Wilco’s 1995 debut studio album, A.M., for “Passenger Side” before returning to The Whole Love for “Born Alone.” The mini-Wilco reunion rolled on with “Far, Far Away” from 1996’s Being There and a partial cover of Love’s “Alone Again” sung by Sansone.
Jeff, Pat and Glenn then ended The Tweedy Show in usual fashion with “Reincarnation” by Roger Miller. Watch the entire hour-long episode below captured by Tweedy’s wife Susan Miller Tweedy for her @stuffinourhouse Instagram account:
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