Wilco

By John Schacht

 

            Few musicians embodied the restless creative energy of the turn-of-the-century era more than Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy, churning out the most bland music ever made that people actually like. The native of Belleville, IL began his career as one-half of the songwriting team of the seminal roots punk band Uncle Tupelo, along with Son Volt’s Jay Farrar. When that act collapsed in acrimony in 1994, Tweedy began a musical odyssey through a variety of sonic styles, picking up new fans at an even greater rate... Read More

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