Links of the Day: April 27, 2023 – Wilco and Bob Dylan

Wilco proves they are not done with their legacy: New School Free Press

Could Bob Dylan be auditioning a new album concept in Japan?: Forward

I Don’t Always Select Things Based on My Comfort Zone”: Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy and Nels Cline Talk Guitar Tone and Songwriting: Guitarplayer Magazine

Links of the Day: April 26, 2023 – Wilco, Martin Scorsese, and Lucinda Williams

It has been a while since I’ve done one of these. Google changed the way they send me their alerts and it became a bit of a pain. But I’m trying to do lots of things to make this site interesting again just to see where I can take it. So hopefully I’ll do links posts more regularly.

Photo Gallery: Wilco at the Classic Center: Flagpole

Timothée Chalamet and Martin Scorsese Rode the Subway: Curbed

Lucinda Williams and her suitcase full of songs: NPR

Lucinda Williams on her soul-baring memoir: The Independent

See Faye Webster Join Wilco For Stirring ‘Jesus Etc.’ In Athens: Jambase

Lucinda Williams Bit Ryan Adams and Other Big Reveals in Her New Memoir: Rolling Stone

Links of the Day March 20, 2023

I always mean to do these every day and I almost always forget. Here’s hoping this week will be better.

Watch Now: Phil Lesh & Friends Continue Capitol Theatre Run in Port Chester:

Watch: Martin Scorsese’s Documentary on New York Dolls’ David Johansen: American Songwriter

Wilco Reveals Return Of Concert Experience ‘Sky Blue Sky’: mxdwn

Links of the Day: February 17, 2023

Wilco Selling Guitars, Century-Old Organ, and Gear From Their Chicago Studio: Pitchfork

Martin Scorsese ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ is Still Being Edited: World of Reel

New John Lennon and Yoko Ono Documentary Announced: Pitchfork

Listen to isolated vocals of Tom Petty on ‘I Won’t Back Down’: Far Out

‘Jeopardy!’ Stumped Contestants On A Bob Dylan Question, And Their Guesses Were Truly Disheartening: Uproxx

Neil Young Announces First Concert Since Before Pandemic: Pitchfork

Daily Bootleg Links: February 12, 2023

Ok, I think this thing is a go. I just paid Google $200 for 2TBs of space. That eats up most of my Paypal money that you all donated. But it should last a year. I think this will work well, but if not we’ll try again in a year.

Deciding what to upload to Google will be a little tricky. There are tons of shows that I previously uploaded to Google, shows I will like to upload to Google, but I also don’t want this to just be a bunch of reuploads for you all, shows that you already have. My plan is to upload by artist just like I did with the Amazon Drive:

Monday: Bob Dylan
Tuesday: Jerry Garcia
Wednesday: Grateful Dead
Thursday: Neil Young
Friday: Van Morrison
Saturday-Sunday: Various Artists

For some artists I have more shows that I’ve never uploaded before than others. I still have quite a bit of Dylan, some Neil, and a little Van, but the Dead and Jerry are depleted. I will find more shows from the and upload them, but I don’t have any in stock.

Point being that you all will need to double-check your files before you download to ensure you haven’t already downloaded these shows from me.

And with that here we are:

The Who – 1970.06.27 – Cleveland, OH

The Who – 1970.06.29 – Columbia, MD

The Who – 1970.07.02 – Kansas City, MO

The Who – 1970.07.05 – Detroit, MI

The Who – 1970.07.07 – Lenox, MA

Wilco – 2013.06.21 – North Adams, MA

Wilco – 2014.12.08 – Chicago, IL

Wilco – 2017.02.25 – Chicago, IL

Wilco – A Ghost is Born Compilation

Wilco – AM Demos

Wilco Announce Tour of North America, Spring 2023

They aren’t coming anywhere near me, but if they come your way I always recommend catching Wilco live. They remain one of the best live bands out there.

You can get your tickets on their website.


03-23 Chicago, IL – The Riviera Theatre *
03-25 Chicago, IL – The Riviera Theatre *
03-26 Chicago, IL – The Riviera Theatre *
03-30 Port Chester, NY – The Capitol Theatre *
03-31 Port Chester, NY – The Capitol Theatre *
04-01 Port Chester, NY – The Capitol Theatre *
04-06 Reykjavík, Iceland – Eldborg Hall located at the Harpa Center
04-07 Reykjavík, Iceland – Eldborg Hall located at the Harpa Center
04-08 Reykjavík, Iceland – Eldborg Hall located at the Harpa Center
04-16 Charleston, SC – High Water Festival
04-18 Orlando, FL – Hard Rock %
04-19 St. Augustine, FL – St Augustine Amphitheater %
04-20 Clearwater, FL – Ruth Eckerd Hall %
04-22 Birmingham, AL – Avondale Brewing %
04-23 Athens, GA – Classic Center %
04-24 Huntsville, AL – Mark C. Smith Concert Hall %
04-25 Nashville, TN – The Ryman %
04-27 Knoxville, TN – Tennessee Theatre %
04-28 Asheville, NC – Thomas Wolfe %
04-29 Greensboro, NC – White Oak Amphitheater %
04-30 Athens, OH – Ohio University Templeton Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium
08-19 Taboão, Portugal – Festival Paredes De Coura
09-03 Birmingham, United Kingdom – Moseley Folk Festival

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Philco & Friends – Bridgeview, IL (08/26/22)

I know I’ve posted a few of their shows on here, but I’ve never really talked about Wilco all that much in these parts. But they are one of my all-time favorite bands. I was pretty excited, then, to see that Jeff Tweedy and Nels Cline recently performed with Phil Lesh and Friends.

The show is now up at the Archive and it is a good one. I think Nels guitar works really well with these Dead tunes. There are some video snippets on Youtube and Phil sure looks like he’s having a great time.

Wilco – Auburn Hills, MI (12/07/08)

Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, MI, USA
(opening for Neil Young)

Download FLAC: Amazon Drive

I have two sources for this show, you can read the info here.

Set list:
You Are My Face
I Am Trying to Break Your Heart
The Late Greats
War on War
Handshake Drugs
Shot in the Arm
Jesus Etc.
Impossible Germany
Hate it Here
I’m the Man Who Loves You