During a concert in Redmond, Wash., earlier this week, Wilco brought out some special guests during their performance of Woody Guthrie’s “California Stars.”

The Jeff Tweedy-led outfit were joined by Jenny Lewis, Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard, Bill Frisell and Scott McCaughey for the song, which appeared on 1998’s Mermaid Avenue, a Guthrie tribute album helmed by Wilco and Billy Bragg. Check out the performance in the fan-shot footage above.

Wilco’s tour continues tomorrow (Aug. 14) in Missoula, Mont. From there, the band has dates scheduled through next month, culminating with a two-night residency at Stubb’s in Austin on Sept. 29 and 30. Vetiver and William Tyler will serve as openers for the remainder of Wilco’s shows. Check out a complete itinerary right here.

Wilco recently dropped their new, surprise album, Star Wars, as a free download. In a conversation with Pitchfork, Tweedy discussed technology’s place in the music business.

“Just trying to figure out ways to use the technology in artistic ways or ways that are exciting or creative is a lot easier than figuring out ways to get paid using the technology that exists,” the singer said. “But I don’t think our job is to figure out better ways to get paid; our job is to figure out ways to be heard.”

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