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Bob Mould at the Old Town School of Folk Music on 03.01.2014
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On Saturday night (3/1), Bob Mould brought his brief and very sold-out Workbook 25th anniversary tour through Chicago for a performance at the Old Town School of Folk Music. He was accompanied by hired gun bassist to many // Split Single leader Jason Narducyand cellist Alison Chesley (aka Helen Money, who used to be in Verbow with Narducy). The trio ran through most of the album, and also touched on a number of Sugar and Husker Du tunes--"Helpless," "Hoover Dam," "If I Can't Change Your Mind," and "No Reservations." Chicago's own Ryley Walker kicked off the night, and a set of pictures are in this post. More of them, and the setlist, lie after the jump...

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Bob Mould -- 3/1 Old Town School of Folk Music Setlist:
Sunspots
Wishing Well
Heartbreak a Stranger
See a Little Light
Stand Guard
Stop Your Crying
No Reservations (Hüsker Dü song)
Poison Years
Brasilia Crossed With Trenton
Sinners and Their Repentances
Lonely Afternoon
The Descent
Walls in Time
Helpless (Sugar song)
Hoover Dam (Sugar song)
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Holiday (Jason Narducy vocals)(Verbow cover)
Circles
If I Can't Change Your Mind (Sugar song)