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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

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

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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