Wilco founder and frontman Jeff Tweedy has announced details of a rare show in London, his first solo gig in the capital since 2010. Tweedy, who was also founder of alt-country legends Uncle Tupelo, visits The Palladium in London's West End on Tuesday November 4th . The gig, part of short European tour, will find Tweedy and band performing material from a new solo record - details to be announced soon - alongside solo acoustic version of songs from the Wilco and Uncle Tupelo catalogues. Tweedy's solo concerts showcase his prolific output as a songwriter, his proficiency as a guitarist, his charismatic and compelling stage presence and his wry sense of humour, This is a not to be missed show.
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(2mins) Exit 8 from the tube goes out onto Argyll Street (opposite the large Topshop). The theatre is 100 metres down the road.