The Wilco frontman’s new solo album is the work of a songwriter with clear eyes and a full heart.
Articles by Ryan Bray
From “Panama” to “Eruption”, the legendary guitarist always kept us dancing the night away.
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A writer reflects on his initial disappointment and later appreciation for the polarizing album.
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Jeff Tweedy and Chicago’s finest rock band stick within a rich comfort zone on their 11th album
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The duo settle in to being modern masters of classic rock and roll.
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“ I kind of think of them as the Johnny Appleseed of the music they played.”