Wilco Performs on 'Talk of the Nation' Wilco stopped by NPR's Washington, D.C., studios to talk with Neal Conan about the band's latest Grammy-winning album and their nearly 10-year career.

Wilco Performs on 'Talk of the Nation'

Wilco Performs on 'Talk of the Nation'

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Live Cuts

'The Late Greats'

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'Hummingbird'

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'Remember the Mountain Bed'

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'Muzzle of Bees'

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'Handshake Drugs'

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From 1993

Neal Conan talks to Wilco founder Jeff Tweedy and Jay Farrar, then of Uncle Tupelo

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Two-time Grammy winners Wilco stopped by the Washington NPR studios for a live performance and to talk with Neal Conan about the band's latest album -- A Ghost Is Born.

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Lead singer-songwriter Jeff Tweedy took callers' questions and spoke about how the band built a successful career with little radio play and -- at one point -- no record label.

Guests:

Jeff Tweedy, lead singer/songwriter

Nels Cline, lead guitar

John Stirratt, bass guitar, backing vocals

Glenn Kotche, drums

Mikael Jorgensen, piano/keyboards

Pat Sansone, multi-instrumentalist