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Saturday Matinee: ‘I Am Trying to Break Your Heart: A Film About Wilco’

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Covering the band's path to Yankee Hotel Foxtrot as well as my own.


Watch Bob Dylan, Jeff Tweedy, And Jim James Perform Together


Bob Dylan, Wilco's Jeff Tweedy, and My Morning Jacket's Jim James sang a song together in Toronto. Here's footage of the performance.

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Wilco Played Daft Punk, Pavement, ABBA, The Beatles During Their All-Covers Set Last Night

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Wilco played the greatest mixtape ever at Solid Sound Festival, including songs from Daft Punk and Pavement.

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Did Jay Cutler Have The Worst Rendition Of ‘Take Me Out To The Ballgame’ Of All-Time?

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Forgive me for that headline, as hyperbole usually isn’t in my wheelhouse, but holy Harry Caray, Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler did a number on the classic Wrigley Field 7th inning stretch on Saturday.

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Wilco Brings Popeye Back To Life In ‘Dawned On Me’ Video

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According to the description on the video's YouTube page, this collaboration between Wilco and King Features is the first hand-drawn Popeye's cartoon in over 30 years.


Wilco Performs ‘Whole Love’ & ‘Dawned On Me’ On Conan


Oh what do you know -- Wilco was the musical guest on Conan last night, to commemorate the release of their new iTunes session, presumably.


Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy Does The Weather

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In his least feats of sheer awesomeness, Wilco's Jeff Tweedy pwned the Black Eye Peas and played a one-hour concert for Letterman's audience after a taping of the show.


Wilco Played Letterman Last Night, Then Performed An Hour-Long Concert For The Audience


Last night Wilco performed "Born Alone" off of their new album "The Whole Love.


Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy Pwns The Black Eyed Peas


Remember that fake Rahm Emanual Twitter account that was all the rage while the real-life Ari Gold's brother was running for mayor of Chicago.


Stadium Status: 5 Great Live Rock Albums

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Live albums are typically love/hate affairs.

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