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“We have a large segment of our population that worked to build this country and were never paid for it. That needs to be repaired,” Wilco frontman says in new interview For more, check out: (Source)

Fiona Apple Grammy Awards

Fiona Apple has officially won the Best Alternative Music Album award at the Grammys for Fetch The Bolt Cutters. The award was presented during the Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony. Apple was nominated alongside Beck’s Hyperspace, Phoebe Bridgers’ Punisher, Brittany Howard’s Jaime and Tame Impala’s The Slow Rush for the coveted award. Read more: This virtual Fall Out […]

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James Taylor, the Strokes and Ozzy Osbourne producer Andrew Watt also took home awards during the pre-televised portion of the ceremony. Continue reading…

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Proceeds will go to Crew Nation relief fund for out-of-work live music workers For more, check out: (Source)

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With the 2021 Grammy nominations coming today (Nov. 24), Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy told Seth Myers his humbling — if hysterical — story from a previous Grammy night. The Wilco singer revealed that P. Diddy thought he was an usher and asked the Wilco frontman for a program of the night’s events. “I was with…

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Wilco frontman appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers Monday For more, check out: (Source)

“Some Americana for the timeline given recent events,” Moonlight director says. “The #YeehawAgenda is alive and well” For more, check out: (Source)

You have to love a guy who’s been entrusted with an extremely lucrative Disney project and who still finds time in his schedule to combine two very different strains of turn-of-the-millennium psychedelia in ways that nobody would’ve expected. Barry Jenkins is the director of the movies Medicine For Melancholy, Moonlight, and If Beale Street Could […] For more, go to: (Source)

One of today’s greatest songwriters discusses his new solo album, Wilco’s past and future, and why he’s cautiously optimistic about the 2020 election For more, check out: (Source)