Jeff Tweedy Talks with Nick Offerman on the Talkhouse Podcast

The friends and collaborators celebrate the release of Tweedy's new book with a convo about the parallels between songwriting and woodworking.

This week’s show is presented in collaboration with The Hideout and Seminary Co-op Bookstore. Big thanks and love to both of those Chicago institutions!

To celebrate the release of Tweedy’s new book How To Write One Song: Loving The Things We Create and How They Love Us Back and Offerman’s book All Rise, Jeff Tweedy (Wilco) caught up with his friend and collaborator, comedian Nick Offerman. Their funny and illuminating conversation is followed by an audience Q&A, and an exclusive solo performance by Jeff.

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—Elia Einhorn, Talkhouse Podcast host and producer

For this week’s episode, Nick recorded himself and Jeff was recorded in Chicago by Mark Greenberg.

Our producer is Mark Yoshizumi. The researcher for this episode was Reese Higgins.

The Talkhouse Podcast theme song was composed and performed by The Range.


(Photo Credit: left, Sammy Tweedy; Edited by: Keenan Kush)

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