Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy To Answer Your Questions!

What do you want to know?

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Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy is ready to answer your questions as next in the hot seat for Uncut’s regular An Audience With…feature.

And, as usual, we’re after your questions. So, is there anything you’ve particularly wanted to ask the mighty Mr Tweedy..?

You might be curious to know what it was like working with Peter Buck on Uncle Tupelo’s March 16 – 20, 1992 album.

Or quite why he finds Germany “impossible”.

Or how it’s been opening for Neil Young in the States recently.

Send your questions to uncutaudiencewith@ipcmedia.com. We need them by Monday, May 11.

The best questions and Jeff’s answers will be published in a future edition of Uncut .

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