Jeff Tweedy Tickets
The demand for Jeff Tweedy tickets is soaring by the day. The American singer, songwriter and record producer is best known as member of the band Wilco. During his illustrious career, he has worked as part of Uncle Tupelo and with his son Spencer as well. His solo album "Together At Last" came out in 2017. Now the musician has announced a fall tour which will have him perform in various cities across North America. To witness him live in concert, book your Jeff Tweedy tour tickets soon.
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Born in August, 1967 in Bellville, Illinois, Jeff Tweedy rose to fame as part of the alternative country band, Uncle Tupelo. It emerged as one of the most famous and successful acts in alt-country scene. Their distinctive style was a blend of country and punk which was happily welcomed by the audience. Tweedy worked in collaboration with Jay Farrar to write numerous songs for the group. He was the more pop oriented member of the duo.
The band demo tape titled "Not Forever, Just For Now" caught the attention of Giant/Rockville Records following which they were signed by the label. The band’s debut album "No Depression" came out the following year. Featuring songs such as Whiskey Bottle and Screen Door, the album received positive response from the music critics. The record’s title song was a cover version of a song by the Carter Family. It became a massive hit and brought the band immense recognition.
Uncle Tupelo’s following records featuring Tweedy include "Still Feel Gone," "March 16-20, 1992" and "Anodyne," released in 1991, 1992 and 1993 respectively. For "March 16-29, 1992," Uncle Tupelo worked in collaboration with Peter Buck who produced the record. For "Anodyne," they switched labels and released what turned out to be the band’s most critically acclaimed album. However, it was also Uncle Tupelo’s last record.
The band split up in 1994 but decided to go on one last Uncle Tupelo Tour. But during its concerts Jeff Tweedy and Jay Farrar were not on good terms. They did not even participate or perform on each other’s songs on stage. Following the disbandment, Farrar formed a new group by the name of Son Volt and Tweedy went on to form Wilco with members Johnston, Coomer and Stirrat.
In the year 1995, Wilco released its first record "A.M." Though true to country roots, its sound had more pop and rock elements and hence was a progression in Jeff Tweedy’s music style.
Their 1996 album "Being There" hit the 73rd spot on the US Billboard 200. The record‘s name was taken from a 1979 movie of the same name. The self-produced album comprised more introspective writing than on the band’s first album. This was partially owing to the various changes that took place in Tweedy’s life, such as the birth of his first child.
Wilco also teamed up with English folk singer Billy Bragg for the album "Mermaid Avenue" in 1998. The venture allowed Tweedy to make further music experiments. It also gave him the opportunity to create music for lyrics written by the legendary folk singer, Woody Guthrie. Two years later, Bragg and Wilco reunited to put together the record’s follow-up "Mermaid Avenue Vol. II."
Besides working with Wilco, Tweedy has worked in collaboration with several other artists. He joined hands with drummer Glenn Kotche (who later joined Wilco) and Jim O’Rourke and named themselves Loose Fur to put out two albums – one a self-titled record in 2003 and the other titled "Born Again in the USA" in the year 2006.
In the year 2014, Jeff Tweedy began working on a side project with his son Spencer on drums. Their first recording "Sukierae" came out in September of the same year.
Jeff Tweedy Tour 2018
Jeff Tweedy’s first solo album titled "Together At Last" hit the music stores in June, 2017. Released via dBpm Records, it features Tweedy revisiting songs from Wilco’s catalog as well as those from his Loose Fur and Golden Smog side projects. He is now gearing up for a solo tour, Jeff Tweedy tickets for which have already been made available. So have a look at the itinerary and catch the musician live in action right in your city.
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