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  • Jam’s Wilco stories
  • All Songs Considered (NPR Morning Edition, March 23, 1993): read and/or listen to the interview
  • It’s the Music, Stupid (Addicted to Noise, October 1996)
  • The Satisfaction Of Being There
  • Rootsrock talks shop with Jeff Tweedy
  • Diapers, Dental Floss and Sympathy For The Record Industry (Stomp and Stammer)
  • Bayou belter (Interview, October 1998): Jeff interviews John Fogerty
  • Summer School (Velocity, March 1999): Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy keeps battling no depression
  • Been There (Salon, March 17, 1999)
  • Wilco ’99: Jeff Tweedy Q&A (Addicted to Noise, April 1999)
  • Wilco hopes to ride pop to the top (CNN, May 27, 1999)
  • The Morning Jeff Ended Up Wanting to Kill His Wife (This Swirling Sphere, June 1999): sorry for the sensationalism
  • Vintage Freaks (Guitar Player, July 1999): Wilco’s Jay Bennett and Jeff Tweedy use vintage gear to make modern pop sounds
  • Austin City Limits interview (August 16, 1999) Sessions at West 54th interview transcript–>
  • Noise Pop 2000: photos from the Double Door show with Glenn Kotche and Jim O’Rourke
  • Rolling Stone archive
  • Jeff Tweedy Describes Wilco’s Evolution (Sonicnet, March 7, 2001)
  • Wilco’s Dark Victory (Chicago Tribune, Oct. 15, 2001): behind the music indeed
  • Jeff Tweedy: photos from the 2-19-02 show in London
  • Red, white and Wilco (Las Vegas Weekly, March 14, 2002): John Stirratt dispels some rumors
  • Sushi Bar or Denny’s: Wilco’s food for thought (Orange County Weekly, March 8-14, 2002): the eternal question Uncle Tupelo: Fathers of alternative country (CNN, March 20, 2002): Jeff has a funny quote about the Stray Cats in this walk down memory lane–>
  • Talking With Jeff Tweedy (The Nation, March 29, 2002): some real YHF publicity
  • Code words and strange frequencies (Hear/Say, April 2002) My dinner with me (kdp): Jeff interviews himself?–>
  • New Ground (Spinner, April 1, 2002): a RealAudio interview with Jeff and John; includes some live tracks
  • Musical musings of Jeff Tweedy and Wilco (USA Today, April 7, 2002)
  • Transcript of Jam Music’s chat with Jeff Tweedy (April 8, 2002)
  • Wilco’s Not Over or Out (L.A. Times, April 14, 2002): Reprise Records was decidedly cool to the acclaimed band’s unusual new album, and the result was a split; now things are looking up
  • Taking the alt route (Toronto Star, April 18, 2002): Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy reflects on band’s new label–and new sound
  • Wilco Not Over (Now Toronto, April 18, 2002): Jeff Tweedy remakes his band
  • Wilco goes weirdo (eye, April 18, 2002)
  • Have songs, Wilco (Hour, April 18, 2002): Jeff Tweedy learns he can’t please everybody, which pleases him just fine
  • Pick up the change (Columbus Alive, April 18, 2002): Wilco’s John Stirratt discusses the band’s tumultuous past two years
  • Wilco blazes a new trail through the pop landscape (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 19, 2002)
  • A Jilted Band Finds Love After All (New York Times, April 21, 2002)
  • Check-in Time: The View from Wilco’s Grand Hotel (CDNow, April 23, 2002)
  • Roger, Wilco (All Things Considered, April 23, 2002)
  • Dotmusic interview (April 25, 2002): recorded the day after Jeff’s solo show at the Kabaret; you can watch a streaming version of the chat also
  • Hot to Trot (April 25, 2002): Wilco survives label kiss-offs and departing band members to deliver its most challenging album yet
  • Fresh Air (May 2, 2002): Terry Gross chats with Jeff Tweedy
  • On Point (May 3, 2002): an interview and a live performance
  • Wilco’s three-act Greek tragedy (Salon, May 7, 2002): Sam Jones talks a little about the movie
  • Q&A: Jeff Tweedy of Wilco (SoundSpike, May 30, 2002)
  • Where There’s a Wilco (MSNBC, May 17, 2002): Jeff Tweedy sings about the band’s fourth CD
  • Wilco’s Beating Heart (Chicago Reader, June 21, 2002)
  • With new album, Wilco again gets tagged as next big thing (Post-Crescent, July 25, 2002)
  • Learning to Lose (Crud, August 8, 2002)
  • Morning Becomes Eclectic (KCRW, Sept. 10, 2002): listen to and/or watch the performance
  • Roger That (The Daily Pennsylvanian, Oct. 18, 2002): some words with the new drummer of Wilco, Glenn Kotche
  • Wilco’s Recording Frenzy (Australian Broadcasting Corporation, November 28, 2002)
  • feedback-zine: if you can read Spanish, check out a couple of articles on Wilco and Jeff Tweedy
  • Wilco’s Tweedy is on an ultra-creative spree (Philadelphia Inquirer, February 9, 2003): some words from Scott McCaughey
  • Breaking up isn’t all that hard to do (Sydney Morning Herald, January 13, 2003)
  • Wilco: Ghost Stories (MTV, June 21, 2004)
  • The Wilco interview (Filter, August 30, 2004)
  • Uncle Tupelo (Magnet, December 1993): a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…
  • Wilco (Pop Culture Press, 1995): the first official interview?
  • Roger…Wilco (Spin, 1995): huge thanks to Jane for this article and the priceless photo
  • Roger, Wilco (Magnet, Feb.-March 1995): another early story
  • Being There, Doing That (No Depression, Sep.-Oct. 1996): check out the baby picture
  • A marriage of metaphors (Pulse, Dec. 1996): conducted before the band hit the stage with Johnny Cash
  • Being and Nothingness (CMJ, January 1997): deep thoughts
  • Let It Breathe (Request, January 1997): Lords of the New Church?!
  • Not Just a Country Rock Band (Rolling Stone, March 20, 1997): whew, that Rolling Stone sure knows how to kiss ass
  • Nu-Twang Clan (NME, 5 April 1997): even the Brits noticed
  • Last Twang in Town (Vox, May 1997): the folks pay a visit
  • Cue (Q, May 1997): another U.K. take
  • Mojo Rising (Mojo, May 1997): while my guitarist gently snores…
  • The Beach Boys and Forks in Bags (Raygun, April 1998): Jeff and the Handsome Family in a mutual “interview”
  • Dental as Anything (Uncut, April 1999): Jeff and Jay dish it for the U.K. press
  • Heart of Darkness (CMJ, May 1999)
  • Summertime Blues (Pulse, May 1999): if Mariah had read this interview, we would’ve all been spared Glitter
  • No Depressives (Spin, May 1999): a short take on Summer Teeth
  • Backwoods Boys (Select, June 1999): Limey head, meet Yankee ass
  • 4.00 – 5.00pm: soundcheck (Mojo, July 1999): if it’s Tuesday, it must be Sweden
  • Into the Great Wide Open (Magnet, January/February 2000): a very fine interview
  • The Indie City (Spin, September 2000): with a cameo by the Tweedy family
  • The Spin Top 40 (Spin, April 2001): pillow fight!
  • Wilco Checks Into Nonesuch For YHF (Billboard, April 6, 2002): the pieces come together
  • Once More, with Feeling (The Sunday Times Culture, April 7, 2002)
  • Pet Sounds (Uncut, May 2002): Jeff talks about a record that changed his life
  • Live review (Uncut, May 2002): the U.K. music press unsurprisingly overdramatizes the YHF saga
  • In from the Cold (Mojo, May 2002): shockingly even-handed for the British music press
  • Heartbreaker (Nylon, May 2002): clever title, eh?
  • “Hi, My Name’s Jeff, and I’m a Wilcoholic” (Q, May 2002): flippant tone, not exactly new info, but check it out
  • Going Weird with Wilco (Pulse, May 2002): more fuel for the fire
  • Be a Rock Star Now! (Maxim, May 2002): at least I didn’t have to pay for this–and now neither do you
  • Transitions and Transmissions (Illinois Entertainer, May 2002)
  • Radio Head (Guitar World, June 2002): the cashier asked if I was buying this for the Korn cover
  • Yankee Ingenuity (Guitar World Acoustic, Number 51): from the Guitar World folks, though with somewhat different info
  • Heroes and Villains (Magnet, June/July 2002): quite the magnum opus
  • Yankee Come Home (CMJ New Music Monthly, May 2002): a pretty solid interview
  • Hot to Trot (Harp, Summer 2002): more hints about the “new” album
  • It Second Life (Entertainment Weekly, June 28/July 5, 2002): we could debate the “second life” title for days
  • Staying True to the Music and Finding Success (The Chicago Tribune, December 29, 2002): thanks to Samorama for this article and photo
  • All You Need Is Love (DIW, April 2003): Wilco circa autumn 2002 speaks up
  • Opposites Attract (Harp, August/September 2003): on the road with Sonic Youth
  • Healthy Change (The Los Angeles Times, May 6, 2004): thanks to squeaky for this article
  • Born Again (Time Out New York, June 3, 2004): in anticipation of the Irving Plaza show
  • Can Recovery Sound Good? (Time, June 21, 2004): could “Man of the Year” honors be far behind?
  • Dossier (Details, June/July 2004): reunited and it feels so good
  • Born Again Wilco (Filter, Summer 2004): one of the better reads of the bunch
  • A Ghost Story (Spin, July 2004): kind of a glib treatment
  • Postcards from the Edge (Harp, August 2004): it’s the doozy of the recent batch of interviews
  • “Music Has Saved My Life” (Harp, August 2004): one on one, featuring Jeff and Jim
  • Free the Spirit (Wire, August 2004): the U.K. experimental music bible talks to the band
  • Pillar of Alt (Guitar World Acoustic, Sept./Oct. 2004): Jeff is even on the cover of this one
  • The Records That Changed My Life (Spin, Oct. 2004): the title says it all
  • The Human Condition: Inside the Mind of Wilco (Stop Smiling, Issue 19): a long interview with Jeff
  • Star Playlist (Q, April 2005): yet more song selections from Jeff
  • The Addict (Uncut, January 2006): kicking TV, alcohol, Vicodin…
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