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    Wilco to Perform "You Never Know" on "The Tonight Show" Tonight
    Mary Ellen Matthews

    Wilco is in Los Angeles this week for a three-night stint of sold-out shows at the Wiltern Theatre. Before tomorrow's final set at the venue, the band is taking tonight to perform on a different stage, on The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien. Tune in on NBC starting at 11:35 ET tonight to see the band perform "You Never Know," the first single off their forthcoming Nonesuch release, Wilco (the album). Also scheduled to appear are Animal Planet's Brandon McMillan and actress Kerry Washington.

    Glide magazine gives the new album four stars. Glide's Jason Gonulsen writes that "with every new Wilco album, there is fortunately always something new to discover. And once again, the chances that Tweedy and Co. take—like recruiting Feist to sing on 'You and I'—don’t let us down."
     
    Gonulsen notes the contributions each member of the sextet has made to their latest work, recognizing that "this album is undeniably a full band effort" and, what's more, "another solid offering from one of America’s best bands."

    Read the complete review at glidemagazine.com.

    The new album is due out this coming Tuesday. For more information and to pre-order your copy now, click here.

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Wilco to Perform "You Never Know" on "The Tonight Show" Tonight

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Wilco is in Los Angeles this week for a three-night stint of sold-out shows at the Wiltern Theatre. Before tomorrow's final set at the venue, the band is taking tonight to perform on a different stage, on The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien. Tune in on NBC starting at 11:35 ET tonight to see the band perform "You Never Know" off the forthcoming Wilco (the album). Glide magazine gives the record four stars, saying, "with every new Wilco album, there is fortunately always something new to discover. And once again, the chances that Tweedy and Co. take ... don’t let us down," making it "another solid offering from one of America’s best bands."

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Wilco is in Los Angeles this week for a three-night stint of sold-out shows at the Wiltern Theatre. Before tomorrow's final set at the venue, the band is taking tonight to perform on a different stage, on The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien. Tune in on NBC starting at 11:35 ET tonight to see the band perform "You Never Know," the first single off their forthcoming Nonesuch release, Wilco (the album). Also scheduled to appear are Animal Planet's Brandon McMillan and actress Kerry Washington.

Glide magazine gives the new album four stars. Glide's Jason Gonulsen writes that "with every new Wilco album, there is fortunately always something new to discover. And once again, the chances that Tweedy and Co. take—like recruiting Feist to sing on 'You and I'—don’t let us down."
 
Gonulsen notes the contributions each member of the sextet has made to their latest work, recognizing that "this album is undeniably a full band effort" and, what's more, "another solid offering from one of America’s best bands."

Read the complete review at glidemagazine.com.

The new album is due out this coming Tuesday. For more information and to pre-order your copy now, click here.

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