Three hours on stage is plenty of time to root around in the deep corners of your catalog, which is just what Wilco did Friday at the Bushnell in its first-ever visit to Hartford. Thirty-six songs later, the band had trolled through all seven of its studio albums, played Woody Guthrie tunes from a pair of collaborations with Billy Bragg, threw in a rarity or two and performed a lovely Big Star cover in tribute to guitarist Alex Chilton, who died last month. Read the rest of Eric R. Danton's review on the SoundCheck blog.
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