Published Jan 25, 2010As we all know, the relief effort in Haiti has received a huge boost thanks to the help of musicians. From Canadian indie rock mainstays to what are literally the worst combination of artists imaginable, everyone is putting their efforts into helping Haiti in the devastating aftermath of the country's earthquake. The latest group to offer up some good deeds are Chicago alt-country heroes Wilco.
To lend a hand, the band have posted two full live sets on their website. And while the recordings are available to fans free of charge, Wilco have requested that those who download donate at least $15 to either OXFAM or Doctors Without Borders.
The first recording documents Wilco's Brooklyn appearance last July, where they were joined by Feist and members of Grizzly Bear. The second is from their November performance in London, England.
The albums are available here.