Nick Offerman writes new songs with Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy for his new audiobook

The collaboration follows Tweedy's 2014 appearance on 'Parks and Recreation', which starred Offerman as Ron Swanson

Nick Offerman has released his new audiobook, Good Clean Fun, which features songs written by the actor with Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy.

Offerman, who is best known for his portrayal of Ron Swanson on the comedy series Parks and Recreation, has recorded the audio version of the book of the same name, which was written about his love of woodworking. Offerman’s character on Parks was also a keen woodworker.

As Entertainment Weekly reports, the audiobook of Good Clean Fun features five woodwork-themed songs written and performed by Offerman and Tweedy: ‘Music to Sand By’, ‘American White Oak’, ‘Raising the Grain’, ‘The Lazy Carpenter’, and the title track ‘Good Clean Fun’.


Here a clip of Offerman’s audiobook below.

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Tweedy appeared on two episode of Parks in 2014, playing the role of local musician Scott Tanner, who was frontman of the fictional band Land Ho!. Watch Tweedy appear in Parks below.


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