Wilco frontman goes it alone.
Jeff Tweedy is no stranger to solo performance.
When he’s not busy with his day job as the frontman for the band Wilco, Tweedy likes to to keep his chops up. Throughout the years, he’s given many an adrenaline-charged performance in intimate venues across the country, accompanying himself on acoustic guitar and harmonica. The 2006 DVD Sunken Treasure is a testament to his onstage acumen.
Tonight, Tweedy begins a short solo tour which will see him travel to Beacon, New York, where he’ll perform at Beacon High School to benefit Pete Seeger’s Clearwater organization.
Here are the dates:
JAN-29 KALAMAZOO, MI STATE THEATRE
JAN-30 ANN ARBOR, MI HILL AUDITORIUM (Ann Arbor Folk Festival)
JAN-31 CHAMPAIGN, IL FOELLINGER AUDITORIUM
MAR-26 BURLINGTON, VT HIGHER GROUND
MAR-27 NORTHAMPTON, MA CALVIN THEATRE
MAR-28 BEACON, NY BEACON HIGH AUDITORIUM
The Champaign, Il date appears to be sold out.
Visit Wilcoworld.net for ticket info.