“I have stories to tell,” Tweedy said. “I’d like this book to be a combination of those stories... and a window into one person’s creative process."
The original song appeared in the Coen brothers' 1996 film of the same name.
For their second album, Jeff Tweedy and Wilco moved further from their roots in Uncle Tupelo and released a 19-song collection as eclectic as it was ambitious.
They've announced a dozen shows kicking off in late January in support of their latest, 'Star Wars.'
Buck describes the vinyl-only release as his "best solo record" and "magnum opus."
Sanders’ campaign released a list of more than 100 endorsements from the likes of Jeff Tweedy, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Lou Barlow and more.
Tweedy on the album title: "Everybody advised me against it, because there is a heavily protected trademark involved."
When we were reeling from the surprise release of 'Star Wars,' Jeff Tweedy was in Chicago discussing Wilco's latest effort and their early days as a band.
Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy took time away from Wilco's 20th anniversary to celebrate family on the Fourth of July.
Wilco aren't only hugely influential in the realm of alt-country, they're one of the most significant American bands of the past two decades.