Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy Talks Music, Art And Culture | Music News
Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy sat down with Pitchfork’s Mark Richardson at the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art to discuss music and culture, as part of the ‘In Sight Out’ project. Tweedy discussed how Wilco formed 20 years ago as well as talking about their debut album, and the development of the band to the present day. He also discussed their latest album, Star Wars, which was released during the event itself on July 16. Star Wars, which was released as a free surprise download, before its physical release, has been met with a warm reception. Read our review of the album here and listen to the full interview below.
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