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As the founding member and leader of the Grammy Award winning American rock band Wilco, and before that the cofounder of the alt-country band Uncle Tupelo, Jeff Tweedy is one of contemporary music’s most accomplished songwriters, musicians, and performers.
New Orleans native John Stirratt is the bass player and a founding member of the acclaimed Chicago band Wilco. In 2000 Stirratt also formed the Autumn Defense.
Guitar master-explorer NELS CLINE should need no introduction having held the guitar seat in Wilco for nearly nine years and counting. Combining breathtaking technique with an informed musical intelligence, the self-taught Cline displays a mastery of guitar expression that encompasses delicate lyricism, sonic abstractions, and skull-crunching flights of fancy, inspiring JazzTimes to call him "The World's Most Dangerous Guitarist."
Pat Sansone is a multi-instrumentalist in the rock bands Wilco and The Autumn Defense. The Autumn Defense was formed in New Orleans in 1999 with friend John Stirratt of Wilco. In 2004, Sansone joined Wilco right before their tour in support of their album A Ghost Is Born. On tour, Sansone plays guitar, keyboard, maraca, and several other instruments, as well as singing backup vocals.
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A portion of profits from the sale of Wilco's strings go to Greater Chicago Food Depository: Get help finding food and accessing programs at one of over 700 food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters and other community partners in the Chicagoland area. See more at www.chicagosfoodbank.org.