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Jeff Tweedy
JEFF TWEEDY appearing in 22 shows and/or playlists

JEFF TWEEDY

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH JEFF TWEEDY

FROM THE SHOW: SMALL TOWN BLUES: JEFF TWEEDY AND JIMMY DUCK HOLMES

From the show "Small Town Blues: Jeff Tweedy and Jimmy Duck Holmes" originally aired on March 8th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: SMALL TOWN BLUES: JEFF TWEEDY AND JIMMY DUCK HOLMES

From the show "Small Town Blues: Jeff Tweedy and Jimmy Duck Holmes" originally aired on March 8th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: SMALL TOWN BLUES: JEFF TWEEDY AND JIMMY DUCK HOLMES

From the show "Small Town Blues: Jeff Tweedy and Jimmy Duck Holmes" originally aired on March 8th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: SMALL TOWN BLUES: JEFF TWEEDY AND JIMMY DUCK HOLMES

From the show "Small Town Blues: Jeff Tweedy and Jimmy Duck Holmes" originally aired on March 8th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: SMALL TOWN BLUES: JEFF TWEEDY AND JIMMY DUCK HOLMES

From the show "Small Town Blues: Jeff Tweedy and Jimmy Duck Holmes" originally aired on August 9th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: SMALL TOWN BLUES: JEFF TWEEDY AND JIMMY DUCK HOLMES

From the show "Small Town Blues: Jeff Tweedy and Jimmy Duck Holmes" originally aired on August 9th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: SMALL TOWN BLUES: JEFF TWEEDY AND JIMMY DUCK HOLMES

From the show "Small Town Blues: Jeff Tweedy and Jimmy Duck Holmes" originally aired on August 9th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: SMALL TOWN BLUES: JEFF TWEEDY AND JIMMY DUCK HOLMES

From the show "Small Town Blues: Jeff Tweedy and Jimmy Duck Holmes" originally aired on August 9th, 2017

SMALL TOWN BLUES: JEFF TWEEDY AND JIMMY DUCK HOLMES

Wilco frontman, Jeff Tweedy tells of the impact on his songs of growing up in the blue-collar town, Belleville, Illinois. Music became his creative outlet in high school and lead to founding the seminal Americana band, Uncle Tupelo. We hear from Jeff in his Chicago studio "The Loft" about the emergence of Wilco and the place that making music has in his life, including work with Woody Guthrie's lyrics and producing records with Mavis Staples. In Bentonia, Mississippi, playing blues and running the Blue Front Cafe, has been a lifetime role for guitarist Jimmy "Duck" Holmes. Duck talks about juke joints and moonshine in the Jim Crow South til now- and how he got the name Duck. We'll also hear music of jukes, honky-tonks and nightclubs from Hank Williams and George Jones to Bessie Smith and Mary Lou Williams.

SMALL TOWN BLUES: JEFF TWEEDY AND JIMMY DUCK HOLMES

Wilco frontman, Jeff Tweedy tells of the impact on his songs of growing up in the blue collar town, Belleville, Illinois. Music became his creative outlet in high school and lead to founding the seminal Americana band, Uncle Tupelo. We hear from Jeff in his Chicago studio "The Loft" about the emergence of Wilco and the place that making music has in his life, including work with Woody Guthrie's lyrics and producing records with Mavis Staples. In Bentonia, Mississippi, playing blues and running the Blue Front Cafe, has been a lifetime role for guitarist Jimmy "Duck" Holmes. Duck talks about juke joints and moonshine in the Jim Crow South til now- and how he got the name Duck. We'll also hear music of jukes, honky-tonks and nightclubs from Hank Williams and George Jones to Bessie Smith and Mary Lou Williams.

MAVIS STAPLES & BOB DOROUGH

Singer Mavis Staples grew up singing blues-inflected gospel with her family in Chicago, lead by her father Pops Staples' distinctive voice and guitar style. Their sound transcended the local scene, translating the message of the Civil Rights movement into song. We'll talk with Mavis about her 2010 release You Are Not Alone with Wilco's Jeff Tweedy. Then, we'll sit in while jazz songsmith Bob Dorough spins stories of the 1950s jazz world and takes us back to Schoolhouse Rock to share his thoughts on the magical properties of the number 3.

MAVIS STAPLES & BOB DOROUGH

Singer Mavis Staples grew up singing blues-inflected gospel with her family in Chicago, lead by her father Pops Staples' distinctive voice and guitar style. Their sound transcended the local scene, translating the message of the Civil Rights movement into song. We'll talk with Mavis about her latest efforts with Wilco's Jeff Tweedy. Then, we'll sit in while jazz songsmith Bob Dorough spins stories of the 1950s jazz world and takes us back to Schoolhouse Rock to share his thoughts on the magical properties of the number 3.

MAVIS STAPLES & BOB DOROUGH

Singer Mavis Staples grew up singing blues-inflected gospel with her family in Chicago, lead by her father Pops Staples's distinctive voice and guitar style. Their sound transcended the local scene, translating the message of the Civil Rights movement into song. We'll talk with Mavis about her latest efforts with Wilco's Jeff Tweedy. Then, we'll sit in while jazz songsmith Bob Dorough spins stories of the 1950s jazz world and takes us back to Schoolhouse Rock to share his thoughts on the magical properties of the number 3.

MAVIS STAPLES & BOB DOROUGH

Singer Mavis Staples grew up singing blues-inflected gospel with her family in Chicago, lead by her father Pops Staples's distinctive voice and guitar style. Their sound transcended the local scene, translating the message of the Civil Rights movement into song. We'll talk with Mavis about her latest efforts with Wilco's Jeff Tweedy. Then, we'll sit in while jazz songsmith Bob Dorough spins stories of the 1950s jazz world and takes us back to Schoolhouse Rock to share his thoughts on the magical properties of the number 3.

WILCO

An acoustic performance from Jeff Tweedy and Jay Bennett, who front the Chicago band Wilco. They tell us about writing music to accompany the lost lyrics of Woody Guthrie. Plus a musical tour of Wilco's old stomping grounds, the Midwestern Mississippi River Valley.

WILCO

An acoustic performance from Jeff Tweedy and Jay Bennett, who front the Chicago rock band Wilco. Tweedy and Bennett talk about writing music for the lyrics of Woody Guthrie. Plus a guided tour of the Mississippi River Valley in Missouri and Illinois with music by Miles Davis, Chuck Berry, and John Hartford.

FROM THE SHOW: WILCO

From the show "Wilco" originally aired on June 14th, 2000

FROM THE SHOW: WILCO

From the show "Wilco" originally aired on June 14th, 2000

FROM THE SHOW: WILCO

From the show "Wilco" originally aired on May 16th, 2001

FROM THE SHOW: WILCO

From the show "Wilco" originally aired on May 16th, 2001

FROM THE SHOW: 'WHERE HAVE ALL THE FOLK SONGS GONE?': THE ALAN LOMAX LEGACY AND A CONVERSATION W/PETE SEEGER

From the show "'Where Have All the Folk Songs Gone?': The Alan Lomax Legacy and a Conversation w/Pete Seeger" originally aired on July 16th, 2003

FROM THE SHOW: WHERE HAVE ALL THE FOLK SONGS GONE?: THE ALAN LOMAX LEGACY AND A CONVERSATION WITH PETE SEEGER

From the show "Where Have All the Folk Songs Gone?: The Alan Lomax Legacy and a Conversation with Pete Seeger" originally aired on July 14th, 2004