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Saturday, October 24, 2020 10:06 PM ET

CBS News - Entertainment

Wilco's Jeff Tweedy on staying productive through the pandemic -- The frontman has written a new book, released a new album and more over the course of quarantine.

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Jerry Jeff Walker, singer and songwriter, dies at 78 -- Walker emerged from New York's Greenwich Village folk scene in the 1960s and he was a founding member of the band Circus Maximus.

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"The Price is Right" is returning with no live audience -- Network television's number-one-rated daytime series is firing back up with new safety protocols in place.

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Jeff Tweedy performs "Opaline" -- Like many of us, Jeff Tweedy, the celebrated frontman for the band Wilco, has spent much of the year hanging around the house. But quarantine hasn't slowed down Tweedy's prolific writing. This month he released a book and, on Friday, a new solo album. He joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to perform "Opaline."

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Jeff Tweedy performs "Bad Day Lately" -- Like many of us, Jeff Tweedy, the celebrated frontman for the band Wilco, has spent much of the year hanging around the house. But quarantine hasn't slowed down Tweedy's prolific writing. This month he released a book and, on Friday, a new solo album. He joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to perform "Bad Day Lately."

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Jeff Tweedy performs "Robin or Wren" -- Like many of us, Jeff Tweedy, the celebrated frontman for the band Wilco, has spent much of the year hanging around the house. But quarantine hasn't slowed down Tweedy's prolific writing. This month he released a book and, on Friday, a new solo album. He joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to perform "Robin or Wren."

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Jeff Tweedy staying busy during pandemic -- Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy has kept himself occupied despite performing because of the coronavirus. He's written a book, released a solo album and called on the music industry to follow him in working for racial justice. Anthony Mason reports.

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"Price is Right" coming back with no audience -- After nearly 50 years on the air, "The Price is Right" holds the title of TV's longest-running game show. But like so many Hollywood productions, the pandemic shut it down in March. Now, network television's number-one rated daytime series is firing back up, with new safety protocols in place. Dana Jacobson spoke with host Drew Carey about some of the big changes.

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Alanis Morissette on her new audio memoir -- Her music was the soundtrack of the 90s, and now Alanis Morissette is revealing the background stories to some of those songs. The Grammy Award winner released an Audible original, Alanis Morissette: Words + Music. The audio memoir is filled with life stories and music she recorded in her home studio. Vladimir Duthiers spoke with her about the new release. -- Oct 23

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Alexandra Pelosi on new political documentary -- Filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about her journey across the U.S. following the pandemic, poverty and politics for her new documentary, "American Selfie: One Nation Shoots Itself." -- Oct 23

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Trump's rally dance sparks viral TikTok challenge -- Mr. Trump has been dancing at the end of many rallies, but TikTok users are taking that "dad dance" and making it their own. -- Oct 23

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"Seinfeld" cast reuniting to raise money for Texas Democrats -- The cast of the "show about nothing" is reuniting for "A Fundraiser About Something" - to turn Texas blue. -- Oct 22

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AOC's first Twitch livestream was one of the most-watched ever -- Ocasio-Cortez topped out at 439,000 concurrent views, making it the third most-watched Twitch stream ever. -- Oct 22

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Quibi shutting down 6 months after its billion-dollar debut -- The company bluntly declared that it "is not succeeding" after raising almost $2 billion from Hollywood heavyweights. -- Oct 22

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12-year-old composer debuts with Philharmonic -- Twelve-year-old Grace Moore sees a piece she composed performed by the New York Philharmonic. The musicians for the Philharmonic are also doing their part during the pandemic to bring music to the masses by playing in various areas of the city, rain or shine. Nancy Chen reports for the "CBS This Morning" series A More Perfect Union. -- Oct 22

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