Wilco played the first show in a two-night stand in Brooklyn, and they worked in a moving tribute to David Bowie.
Tweedy, occasionally stifling laughter and showing off his whistling skills, treats Colbert to a sweet little ditty that would give anyone the best of dreams.
The stars aligned at this past weekend's kickoff of the annual Todos Santos Music Festival in Mexico for a few high-powered covers in honor of the late legend.
Other artists announced for the June festival include the Avett Brothers, Gov't Mule, Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell, Gary Clark Jr. and Courtney Barnett.
The songs we listened to most this year represent shining beacons of light amid the darkness and turbulence of the time in which they were created.
During a year that prompted more than its share of soul-searching, musicians provided a soundtrack as introspective as it was eclectic.
Other nominees for the February awards show include Wilco, Tame Impala, Kendrick Lamar and Florence + the Machine.
Wilco are offering free streams of their new documentary, but you better hurry: It's only good for the first 10,000 fans.
The supergroup featuring Jay Deegan, Irwin Menken and Big Star's Jody Stephens enlisted Wilco's Nels Cline and Sonic Youth's Lee Ranaldo for their upcoming LP.
“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."