Wilco
Wilco is a rock band which formed in 1994 in Chicago, Illinois, United States by the remaining members of alternative country group Uncle Tupelo following singer Jay Farrar's departure from that group. Wilco's lineup has changed frequently, with only singer Jeff Tweedy and bassist John Stirratt remaining from the original incarnation. The other current members are guitarist Nels Cline, multi-instrumentalists Pat Sansone and Mikael Jorgensen, and drummer Glenn Kotche.
622 members
Add Influence
Wilco
Wilco is a rock band which formed in 1994 in Chicago, Illinois, United States by the remaining members of alternative country group Uncle Tupelo following singer Jay Farrar's departure from that group. Wilco's lineup has changed frequently, with only singer Jeff Tweedy and bassist John Stirratt remaining from the original incarnation. The other current members are guitarist Nels Cline, multi-instrumentalists Pat Sansone and Mikael Jorgensen, and drummer Glenn Kotche.
Add Influence
622 members
1/50
Processing new audio file...
34 FIRE
SAVE
SHARE
1 play
Private message Report inappropriate
Empty
From my 1st EP 'Bare' - released today!more
Timed  ▼Newest
▼Timed   Newest
Show more comments
1/50
Processing new audio file...
6 FIRE
1 SAVE
SHARE
5 plays
Private message Report inappropriate
Stay Here With Me
Falling in love with you walking away...more
Timed  ▼Newest
▼Timed   Newest
Show more comments
1/50
Processing new audio file...
16 FIRE
SAVE
SHARE
29 plays
Private message Report inappropriate
Old Radio (demo version)
This is a relatively rough demo of a tune my songwriting collaborator Andy Lee White and I wrote together. I composed the music and melody while Andy wrote some new lyrics with a whole different theme than my original working title. I was walking around aimlessly in my recording studio as I was contemplating a new path for the song's title/theme and I spotted my uncle's mother's 1940s Philco radio sitting against the wall. I blurted out "old radio," and I got a light-bulb that that would be a catchy song title that was a lot more mainstream and commercial than my original working title. Andy brainstormed lyric ideas for a couple hours or so and then we recorded this basic demo. He suggested taking a piece of the finish of the final chorus and turning it into a bridge. I plan to record backup/harmony vocals for this basic demo soon. It needs some clear harmonies during the choruses and bridge. For now, this is just to get the main structure solidified. Andy sang the first vocal track to establish the feel of the song. I had already finished composing the phrasing/melody of the song. Just wanted to know you all's thoughts on this. I played all of the instrumentation and recorded this digitally in REAPER, which is unlike some of my material that was recorded on sixteen-track one-inch analog reel-to-reel tape. Best regards, -Ryanmore
Timed  ▼Newest
▼Timed   Newest
Show more comments
Support Center
-
Got questions?

DistroKid News
-
What's new with us

Instagram
-
Watch our 1-minute help videos!

Twitter
-
We tweet things sometimes

Facebook
-
Let's be friends

YouTube
-
More videos, yo.