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Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy to headline two intimate L.A. dates at Largo at the Coronet

Jeff Tweedy has announced two very special Los Angeles show dates at Largo at the Coronet. The Wilco frontman will headline the intimate L.A. venue on Thursday, Dec. 28 and Friday, Dec. 29. If you’re a Wilco / Tweedy fan, these are two very rare performances you won’t want to miss out on. We last […]

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Outside Lands day one rocks with performances by St. Vincent, Strand of Oaks, Natalie Prass & more

It’s early August and once again San Francisco’s gem, Golden Gate Park is transformed into a playground for music fans as Outside Lands hosted their annual three day extravaganza offering up a broad mix of styles from the uber famous to lesser known up and comers, and to even lesser know locals from around the […]

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Wilco crushes marathon set at Greek Theatre

The weather couldn’t have been more perfect to take in Wilco‘s two-hour set at the Greek Theatre on Wednesday night. With the sun setting behind them and pot smoke waffing all around, Jeff Tweedy and Co. roared through their latest album Star Wars — which can be had for free, I might add — from beginning to […]

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Pitchfork Music Festival Day 1: Stand out performances by Wilco, Steve Gunn, iLoveMakonnen & more

Pitchfork (the media company, the brand, the behemoth) reminds me a lot of Coachella. Specifically: Most of the reasons people hate on it are totally valid, but after you accept all that; it’s still the dopest company in their field. Pitchfork Music Festival did not disappoint. The main issue with so many city-based festivals is that […]

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Shaky Knees festival out to prove rock ‘n’ roll isn’t dead

Grimy Goods contributor Mark E. Ortega is embarking on a six-week music festival tour around the United States. That all begins with Shaky Knees Music Festival this weekend in Atlanta, and Mark has a preview of the festival below. Let’s face it: there are an insane amount of music festivals these days. After seeing the […]

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Jeff Tweedy and son team up for new album, Sukierae

When I worked on something with my dad when I was 19, it was never anything as cool as what Spencer Tweedy has going with his pops, Jeff Tweedy of Wilco. On Sept. 23, the two will release the album Sukierae, an impressive family project that also features vocal contribution from Lucius’ Jess Wolfe and […]

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Just Announced: An Evening with the Nels Cline Singers at Largo at the Coronet

Guitar explorer Nels Cline is best known these days as the lead guitarist in the band Wilco. Beyond Wilco, another project he leads are the Nels Cline Singers (featuring Scott Amendola and bassist Trevor Dunn). Yesterday, the trio announced their fifth new album, MACROSCOPE, which will be out on April 29 (with a vinyl release […]

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Concert Tickets: Wilco at the Wiltern – January 25, 2012

Didn’t get tickets to Wilco’s upcoming SOLD OUT show at the Hollywood Palladium? You’re in luck. The indie-famed, alt-folk rockers have booked a second Los Angeles show date at the Wiltern on January 25, 2012. Tickets will go on sale Friday, Nov. 18 at 10am. There is a two-ticket limit and there won’t be any […]

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2011 Sasquatch! Music Festival Line-Up Announced

The 2011 Sasquatch! Music Festival line-up has been announced! This year’s Sasquatch! will take place Memorial Day weekend, May 27-30, 2011 at at the Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Washington and will feature: Guided By Voices, Death From Above 1979, Foo Fighters, Modest Mouse, Wilco, The Flaming Lips, Bright Eyes, Iron & Wine, Yeasayer, Sharon Jones […]

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