ANN ARBOR - Attention, Wilco fans.
Jeff Tweedy just announced a stop in Ann Arbor on his national tour on April 1 and this is no April Fool's joke.
Tweedy will be performing tracks off his newest album "WARM," at The Michigan Theater at 7:30 p.m.
“[WARM is] proof that Jeff Tweedy’s non-Wilco detours have become more than mere side projects to fill gaps between albums but rather, precious, intimate portraits of a songwriter who’s willing to openly display more of his scars than ever before.” - Rolling Stone
Tweedy appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Wednesday and performed his song "Don't Forget."
His last late-night television appearance was on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" ahead of the release of his memoir "Let's Go (So We Can Get Back)," which is a New York Times best-seller.
Tweedy has been busy keeping up with two sold-out national book tours and playing sold-out shows. His album "WARM" received a "Best New Music" nod from Pitchfork and landed him on numerous year-end lists such as The Wall Street Journal, Rolling Stone and Consequence of Sound.
“‘Let’s Go’ shows how Tweedy’s profilific and musically varied career is the result of a restless creative streak that helped him find meaning and a place in the world.” - The Washington Post
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