Live in Concert

Wilco In Concert

Wilco In Concert

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After releasing two back-to-basics albums of more traditional roots- and folk-rock tunes, Wilco is about to release its most sonically adventurous record in a decade. The Whole Love, which you can hear on NPR Music's First Listen series, is full of strange textures and unexpected twists, mixed with candy-flavored pop tunes, meditative acoustic cuts and noise-rock jams.

From the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Md., Wilco highlighted the new record in a full concert, webcast live on NPR Music You can hear the entire performance above.

Set List

Art Of Almost
I Might
Black Moon
I'm Trying To Break Your Heart
One Wing
Bull Black Nova
One Sunday Morning (Song For Jane Smiley's Boyfriend)
Impossible Germany
Born Alone
Handshake Drugs
Jesus, Etc.
It Dawned On Me
Box Full Of Letters
Standing O
War On War
A Shot In The Arm
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Via Chicago
Whole Love
36 Inches High
Heavy Metal Drummer
I'm The Man Who Loves You
Monday
Outtasite

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