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Watch Jeff Tweedy and his son Spencer Tweedy sit-in during night six of Yo La Tengo’s Hanukkah run at the Bowery.
Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy’s Tweedy project was assisted by Courtney Barnett on a David Bowie cover in Melbourne tonight.
Wilco front man Jeff Tweedy fit a few Bowie covers into a set at Todos Santos that featured guest John Paul Jones.
Watch the father/son duo play a stripped down special version of their original song.
Bill Grenfell shares photos from last night’s Tweedy show in Omaha featuring Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy.
Jeff & Spencer Tweedy brought their band to TBS’s Conan last night. If you missed it, we have you covered.
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Tweedy, the father-son duo of Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy and his drummer Spencer Tweedy, resumes US touring in March in support of Sukierae, the duo’s debut release (dBpm Records). The tour features a full band lineup and opens with two shows at The Vic in the Tweedys’ hometown of Chicago, followed by concerts in Minneapolis, Bozeman, Missoula, Seattle, Portland, Santa Cruz, San Diego, Tucson, Santa Fe and Denver. Tweedy also plays two shows at Los Angeles’ Ace Hotel and two shows at The Fillmore in San Francisco.
Also, on Feb. 17 dBpm/ANTI- Records will release Don’t Lose This, an album of previously unreleased music by the late singer and guitarist Pops Staples. Featuring Pops on guitar with vocals by Pops and the famed Staple Singers of Mavis, Cleotha and Yvonne, Don’t Lose This presents 10 songs originally recorded and produced by Pops and Mavis in 1999 but left unfinished at the time of his death in 2000. Now complete, the album features new production by Jeff Tweedy, as well as new bass and guitar by Jeff Tweedy and new drums by Spencer Tweedy.
Tweedy concerts will be loosely staged in at least two parts: a full band set including songs from Sukierae, performed by Jeff and Spencer with Jim Elkington on guitar, Darin Grey on bass and Liam Cunningham on keyboards and guitar. Jeff Tweedy also performs songs from his Wilco/Uncle Tupelo catalog solo acoustic.
Soulive was joined by special guests Marcus King, Maurice Brown, Tash Neal and Frédéric Yonnet for the fourth show of their Bowlive VIII residency at Brooklyn Bowl.
Jackie Greene unveiled pro-shot video of his set at Red Rocks on July 4 featuring special guest Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead.
Acclaimed drummer Bill Vitt, best known for his work as part of Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders’ band has died.
The Highwomen – Amanda Shires, Brandi Carlile, Maren Morris and Natalie Hemby – confirmed the release of their self-titled debut album and shared the video for the lead single, “Redesigning Women.”
Dave Matthews Band made it through Thursday’s rescheduled concert at Jones Beach without any weather issues, dusted off a ‘Before These Crowded Streets’ classic and jammed with James Casey of the Trey Anastasio Band.