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Jeff Tweedy recently released WARM, a solo album of all new material produced and recorded entirely by Tweedy at Chicago’s now legendary studio The Loft (with help from some of his usual collaborators—Spencer Tweedy, Glenn Kotche, and Tom Schick). WARM follows the acoustic retrospective release Together at Last (2017), and Wilco’s 2016 album Schmilco. The liner notes for WARM were written by George Saunders for the New Yorker.
Tweedy, currently on a solo tour of North America, has released his long-awaited memoir, LET’S GO (SO WE CAN GET BACK): A Memoir of Recording and Discording with Wilco, Etc. In the book, he writes candidly and compellingly about his past, his songs, and the people who have inspired him. It’s a portrait of an artist in his most reflective and creative state.
Buck Meek’s songs are for the lost dogs of honest mechanics, good guys and girls born into a life of crime, runaways, snow spirits, and so on. He spins outlaw ballads and quotidian fairy tales into a yarn, with Adam Brisbin on guitar, Mat Davidson on bass, and Austin Vaughn on drums.