Another politically-minded song from Staples’ forthcoming album, If All I Was Was Black.
A cathartic tribute honoring the rock legend and his 1981 hit single.
Mavis Staples announces Jeff Tweedy-written and produced album, If All I Was Was Black, shares title track: Stream
Legendary soul singer and Wilco frontman reunite for their politically fraught third collaborative effort.
Wilco release new single, “All Lives, You Say?”, benefitting the Southern Poverty Law Center: Stream
The song is, obviously, a response to the hate-filled march led by white supremacists in Charlottesville this past weekend.
Special collaborative shows to also feature Beirut, Mike Watt, The Districts, Modern Baseball, and Preservation All-Stars.
The 13-city jaunt includes stops in Kansas City, Austin, Memphis, and Atlanta.
Wilco frontman revisits classics and side projects on “intimate” acoustic effort.
New solo album, Together At Last, arrives later this week.
Jeff Tweedy performs acoustic rendition of Wilco’s “I Am Trying To Break Your Heart” on Seth Meyers — watch
In support of his upcoming solo album, Together At Last.
Perfume Genius and Chance the Rapper highlight Justin Vernon’s third summer soiree.
Justin Vernon reunites The Shouting Matches, performs with Jeff Tweedy, Dessner brothers at Eaux Claires — watch
Bon Iver mastermind made five onstage appearances during the first day of his festival.
The band also recorded a live take of “If I Ever Was a Child” for the Spotify Singles series.