Jeff Tweedy Talks with Norah Jones on the Talkhouse Podcast

The friends and collaborators celebrate the release of Tweedy's new book with a deep–diving conversation on the creative process.

This week’s show is presented in collaboration with Murmrr and Community Bookstore. We give big thanks and love to those two Brooklyn institutions!

To celebrate the release of his new book How To Write One Song: Loving The Things We Create and How They Love Us Back, Jeff Tweedy (Wilco) sat down with his friend and collaborator Norah Jones for a deep dive into the creative process. Their warm and insightful conversation is followed by an audience Q&A, and an exclusive solo performance by Jeff.

Check it out, and subscribe now to stay in the loop on future episodes of the Talkhouse Podcast, including Jeff Tweedy again(!), this time with comedian Nick Offerman, and Bootsy Collins (it’s Bootsy, baby!) with Mix Master Mike (Beastie Boys). Plus be sure to check our Soundcloud archives for recent shows featuring Tame Impala with Caribou, Carly Rae Jepsen with mxmtoon, Diplo with Charlie Crockett, and loads more.

—Elia Einhorn, Talkhouse Podcast host and producer

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

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

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

Please direct all podcast-related ideas, vitriol, and compliments to elia@thetalkhouse.com. I adore hearing from you guys. And, I mean, how long do we all stay in the same place, right? Who knows where I’ll be, come 2021…

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

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