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Bob Mould: 7 September 2012 - New York

Bob Mould gave a great performance to a barely half full audience at Williamsburg Park.

Bob Mould
City: New York
Venue: Williamsburg Park
Date: 2012-09-07

Bob Mould's Copper Blue was written "right over there on Richardson" he told the Williamsburg Park audience on a Friday night during a free performance of the full twenty-year old Sugar album along with many Hüsker Dü songs (with Craig Finn lending his voice to "Something I Learned Today") and tracks from his latest solo release, Silver Age. The free show begins a short tour to major metropolitan areas in the US as Mould is seeing a resurgence of attention to albums with Sugar as a couple were re-released in deluxe editions in the past month.

Tour Dates:

September 10 - Boston, MA - Paradise

September 11 - Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer

September 13 - Chicago, IL - Metro

September 15 - Minneapolis, MN - First Ave

September 18 - Seattle, WA - Showbox

September 19 - Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom

September 21 - San Francisco, CA - Fillmore

September 21-23 Pensacola Beach, FL - DeLuna Fest

November 2 Austin, TX - Fun Fun Fun Fest

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Setlist: (Begins with 'Copper Blue' in its entirety)

The Act We Act

A Good Idea

Changes

Helpless

Hoover Dam

The Slim

If I Can't Change Your Mind

Fortune Teller

Slick

Man on the Moon

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Star Machine

The Descent

Round The City Square

Hardly Getting Over It (Hüsker Dü)

Could You Be The One? (Hüsker Dü)

I Apologize (Hüsker Dü)

Chartered Trips (Hüsker Dü)

Keep Believing

Encore:

Something I Learned Today (Hüsker Dü) (with Craig Finn)

In a Free Land (Hüsker Dü)

Encore 2:

Makes No Sense At All (Hüsker Dü)

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