Even in this ever-changing digital world of music, the first track on an album, both past and present, serves as a master of ceremonies of sorts.
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.
The alt-country superstars want to remind you that even though they gave away their new album for free, it's still important to actually buy music.
It’s been less than a week since Wilco dropped their surprise album, 'Star Wars,' and now, they have already unveiled plans for a North American tour.
Wilco were pretty much baiting the entire internet with the release of their latest album, Star Wars.
Wilco just dropped 'Star Wars,' a brand-new album, without promotion or warning. What’s more, they released it for free on their website.
Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy took time away from Wilco's 20th anniversary to celebrate family on the Fourth of July.
The clip is taken from 'Every Other Summer,' a documentary chronicling Wilco's Solid Sound festival.
The film "offers a peek into the festival’s utopian vibe, and the positive transformative impact it has had on the small rust belt town of North Adams, MA."
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.