NEW YORK (AP) -- Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy, one of rock's most celebrated and eclectic musicians, is working on a memoir.
The currently untitled book, tracing his journey from young Clash fan to Grammy-winning artist, has been acquired by Dutton. A release date has not been set, the publisher told The Associated Press on Friday. According to Dutton, Tweedy will share his thoughts on making music, the changes in the recording industry and evolution from underground to popular artist.
In a statement issued through Dutton, the 48-year-old Tweedy said he wanted the book to combine personal stories with "maybe a window into one person's creative process."