Jeff Tweedy + OHMME

Music, Rock and indie
Jeff Tweedy
Photograph: Whitten Sabbatini

Time Out says

The past year has been a particularly fruitful one for Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy, who published his debut memoir (Let's Go (So We Can Get Back)) and released his first proper solo album, WARM, as well as a companion record of outtakes called WARMER. Before he hits the road with Wilco in support of the band's new album Ode to Joy, Tweedy headlines an Out of Space concert at the Canal Shores Golf Course in Evanston. With an expansive catalog (including tracks he wrote with Uncle Tupelo, Loose Fur and Golden Smog), it's difficult to pin down what Tweedy will decide to play, but a few classic tunes and a couple of brand new Wilco songs seem like a safe bet. Chicago-based avant-rockers Ohmme open the show.

By: Zach Long



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