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."
When album covers are truly great, they can be works of art in their own right that inform and interact with the music they're meant to represent.
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.
We've done the hard and woozy work of compiling a list of 21 excellent brews alongside their exact musical counterparts.
They've announced a dozen shows kicking off in late January in support of their latest, 'Star Wars.'
Sometimes things sound a lot clearer in retrospect.
“Random Name Generator” will be backed with a live acoustic performance of “Bull Black Nova” recorded at the band’s Solid Sound Festival back in June.
Tweedy on the album title: "Everybody advised me against it, because there is a heavily protected trademark involved."
Wilco were joined by Jenny Lewis, Ben Gibbard, Bill Frisell and Scott McCaughey for "California Stars."