Jeff Tweedy Debuts A New Song Inspired By One Of Stephen Colbert’s Monologues – EXTENDED INTERVIEW

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Published on October 27, 2020

Watch this extended interview with our good friend Jeff Tweedy, as he returns to A Late Show to tell Stephen about the work he’s been doing throughout quarantine. Listen as the Wilco frontman plays Stephen Colbert a brand new song that was inspired by our host’s live monologue after the Presidential debate! Check out Jeff Tweedy’s new book, “How To Write One Song” and his new album, “Love Is The King.” #Wilco #Tweedy #JeffTweedy

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19 comments

  • bryan a 2 years ago

    Who’s the tamborine girl at 0:02 ??

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  • Cass Buckridge 2 years ago

    I adore Evie!

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  • Myrna Stallworth 2 years ago

    I am so inspired by this. Thank you.

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  • freesouljah 2 years ago

    “I am prepared for weird”….that is pretty much my motto!

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  • New Message 2 years ago

    A readymade name for Twitter.

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  • Enid Snarb 2 years ago

    Uplifting to watch during these times!

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  • Ro G 2 years ago

    There are some people who are just true musical geniuses. Tweedy is one of them.

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  • Karan Gera 2 years ago

    I love Wilco! Impossible Germany, unlikely Japan?

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  • KEVIN from JJ HAT CENTER 🎸HATS & GUITARS ! 2 years ago

    Guy seems like a really,genuine person..he’s a good speaker and that was very inspiring !

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  • Roy Jones 2 years ago

    Beautiful new album.

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  • B. FIRE 2 years ago

    Common sense is use precautionary measurement,wear masks, insects have more knowledge&protect there own,Donny boy has none !!!!

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  • B. FIRE 2 years ago

    Vote for America back together as one healing our nation ,bless you all and your loved once .

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  • Jar Jar 2 years ago

    Please interview Legendary music Producer and R&B SUPERSTAR Jon B BOOKING@JONBWORLD.COM JonB.tixr.com

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  • 前橋みき 2 years ago

    Great guest-so interesting-very cool 😎

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  • Misses Hippy 2 years ago

    I have always wondered if Shakespeare knew that “Leer” means “Empty” in German. King Empty. Fitting.

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  • Craig M 2 years ago

    Great interview.

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  • Okkie Trooy 2 years ago

    The best present I ever gave myself was starting to learn to play the saxophone when I was 48. It has helped me through some tough times. It has also provided me with a lot of fun and happiness. Playing with other people but also just playing by myself. Discovering new things. Entertaining other people. Listening to musical. A true blessing.

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  • M Abed 2 years ago

    Amazing people! 💕

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  • Thomas Kirkegaard Andersen 2 years ago

    Just one word comes in mind: LOVE! Thank you Jeff, for pointing out the one true and only real healing of the world as wee know it: Music is the key…or you could boil it down too Art..!! Humans; we need art for us to survive. Otherness we’re are just brains and bodies. Cheers from Denmark. Stay safe & peace.

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