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This article may contain original research. Please improve it by verifying the claims made and adding references. Statements consisting only of original research may be removed. More details may be available on the talk page. (February 2011) This biography of a living person does not include any references or sources. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living people that is un-sourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately. (February 2011) This article may require copy editing for grammar, style, cohesion, tone, or spelling. You can assist by editing it. (February 2011) John Stirratt Background information Born November 26th, 1967 New Orleans, Louisiana, United States Genres Alternative rock, alt.country, folk-rock, indie pop, indie rock Occupations Musician, songwriter, producer Instruments Bass guitar, guitars, piano, keyboards, synthesiser, banjo, violin Years active 1989–present Labels Sire Records, Reprise Records, Nonesuch Records, Broadmoor Records, Yep Roc Records Associated acts Wilco, The Hilltops, Laurie Stirratt, Uncle Tupelo, Courtesy Move, The Autumn Defense, The Minus 5, Sherry Rich, Tim Easton, Jeff Black, 7 Worlds Collide, Neil Finn, Cary Hudson, Blue Mountain, Preston School of Industry John Stirratt is the bassist and multi-instrumentalist for Wilco, and The Autumn Defense. Stirratt was born in New Orleans, LA November 26th, 1967 and grew up in nearby Mandeville, LA. He attended Mandeville High school and the University of Mississippi in Oxford, MS. He played regularly around the Southeastern US with The Hilltops, a band based in Oxford, MS that included his twin sister Laurie Stirratt and her husband Cary Hudson. It was during this time he met and befriended the band Uncle Tupelo and supported them on tours of the East and Midwest. After the breakup of The Hilltops in 1990 he recorded a record under the name The Gimmecaps and briefly joined Lafayette, LA band The Bluerunners before joining Uncle Tupelo in 1992 as bassist/guitarist on their last album Anodyne in 1993. After the breakup of Uncle Tupelo, he joined Jeff Tweedy and the remaining members Ken Coomer and Max Johnston to found Wilco in 1994. He went on with Tweedy to be the only founding member to contribute to all their releases including Being There, Summerteeth, Mermaid Avenue Vol 1 and 2, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, A Ghost is Born, Sky Blue Sky and Wilco (the album). The band has been nominated for 6 Grammys in 4 different categories, winning best Alternative album for A Ghost is Born in 2005. They have played thousands of shows in their 15 year career and have become, according to Rolling Stone, “one of the most well-known and innovative bands of the new millennium.” Stirratt joined Wilco members Jay Bennett and Ken Coomer to form Courtesy Move, an early Wilco side project that recorded an album in late 1996 that was never released. He formed The Autumn Defense 2000 with friend and fellow New Orleanian Pat Sansone. They recorded their debut The Green Hour in New Orleans and Nashville with former Wilco members Bob Egan and Ken Coomer in 2001 releasing the album on Stirratt’s own Broadmoor Records. They released Circles in 2003 with Greg "G. Wiz" Wieczorek on drums and Nashville based bassist Brad Jones. Sansone’s subsequent addition to Wilco in 2004 allowed the band more time to collaborate resulting in their third, self-titled album The Autumn Defense (2006) bringing Sansone’s orchestral production to the forefront. John Stirratt with sister Laurie Stirratt recorded a duet Laurie & John on the folk-rock album Arabella (2003), the twins' first recorded output in 12 years. External links The Autumn Defense v · d · eWilco Nels Cline · Mikael Jorgensen · Glenn Kotche · Pat Sansone · John Stirratt · Jeff Tweedy Leroy Bach · Jay Bennett · Ken Coomer · Bob Egan · Brian Henneman · Max Johnston · Jim O'Rourke Studio albums A.M. · Being There · Summerteeth · Yankee Hotel Foxtrot · A Ghost Is Born · Sky Blue Sky · Wilco (The Album) Other albums Mermaid Avenue · Mermaid Avenue Vol. II · More Like the Moon · Kicking Television: Live in Chicago · 07-13-09 - Keyspan Park - Brooklyn, NY · 11-04-09 - HMV Forum - London, UK Singles "Box Full of Letters" · "Outtasite (Outta Mind)" · "Can't Stand It" · "A Shot in the Arm" · "War on War" · "I'm a Wheel" · "What Light" · "You Never Know" · "You and I" DVDs Man in the Sand · I Am Trying to Break Your Heart · Wilco Live: Ashes of American Flags Related articles Discography · Billy Bragg · Down with Wilco · At the Organ · Golden Smog · Jeff Tweedy discography · Loose Fur · Sunken Treasure: Live in the Pacific Northwest · Uncle Tupelo · The Wilco Book · Wilco: Learning How to Die · Record Club v · d · eUncle Tupelo Jay Farrar (discography) · Mike Heidorn · Jeff Tweedy (discography) Bill Belzer · Ken Coomer · Max Johnston · John Stirratt Discography No Depression · Still Feel Gone · March 16-20, 1992 · Anodyne · 89/93: An Anthology Related articles Son Volt · Wilco · Alternative country · Peter Buck · Brian Henneman · Paul Q. Kolderie · Brian Paulson · Sean Slade · Wilco: Learning How to Die Persondata Name Stirratt, John Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1967 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about a United States bass guitarist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e