This Thanksgiving, Chicago rock band Wilco has plenty to be thankful for. At Wednesday night’s concert in Madison, Wis., the group went a long way to express its appreciation to their deserving fans.
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They’ve had to overcome record-company politics and the loss of a key band member, but Wilco’s biggest challenge might be proving whether they’re as good a live act as they once were. If the group’s concert Tuesday night is any indication, they’re better than ever.
Wilco recorded their bravest album yet and got dropped by their record label for their effort. Now, their terrific new album, “Yankee Hotel Foxtrot,” headlines a batch of band-related projects hitting music stores.