Tweedy is the recently launched collaboration of Jeff Tweedy (of Wilco and Uncle Tupelo fame) and his son Spencer Tweedy (on drums). Their album Sukierae was release in 2014. Sunday they stopped at a close to sold out First Avenue after an interview at local public radio station the Current.
Opening with Fake Fur Coat the band played mostly songs from Sukierae with a few Wilco and other covers thrown in. There was a Jeff Tweedy acoustic set and an extended encore.
Jeff’s stage presence showed his experience while Spencer appears quiet letting his drums speak for him. At one point between songs Jeff got distracted by the smell of Pizza asking if First Ave got a new pizza oven as this was not a smell the remembered here. He also recalled Wilco’s last stop at First Avenue where food was constantly run through the pit in front of the stage. The audience seemed to have a good time overall.
Fake Fur Coat
Diamond Light Pt.1
Nobody Dies Anymore
You Are Not Alone
Love Like a Wire (Diane Izzo cover)
Wait For Love
High As Hello
Acoustic (Jeff only)
I Am Trying to Break Your Heart
Please Tell My Brother
I’m the Man Who Loves You
Encore (with band)
Please Don’t Let Me Be So Understood
Only the Lord Knows (Mavis Staples cover)
The Losing End (Neil Young cover)
Long Time Ago
Give Back the Key to My Heart (Doug Sahm cover)