10/06 Chicago, IL @ SchubasRead More
10/08 Hudson, NY @ Helsinki Hudson*
10/09 Allston, MA @ Great Scott*
10/10 Pawtucket, RI @ The Met*
10/11 Northampton, MA @ Iron Horse*
10/12 Brooklyn, NY @ Knitting Factory*
10/13 New York, NY @ Le Poisson*
10/14 Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery*
10/15 Washington, DC @ DC9*
10/16 Durham, NC @ The Pinhook*
10/17 Atlanta, GA @ 529*
10/18 New Orleans, LA @ Cafe Istanbul*
10/19 Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald's*
10/20 Austin, TX @ Holy Mountain*
10/21 Denton, TX @ Dan's Silverleaf*
10/24 Santa Fe, NM @ Santa Fe Sol
10/26 Denver, CO @ Hi-Dive*
10/27 Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court*
10/28 Garden City, ID @ Visual Arts*
10/29 Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile*
10/30 Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom*
10/31 Nevada City, CA @ Haven Underg*
11/01 Santa Rosa, CA @ Arlene Francis*
11/02 Oakland, CA @ TNew Parish*
11/03 SF, CA @ Bottom of the Hill*
11/05 Los Angeles, CA @ The Echoplex*
11/06 San Diego, CA @ Luce Loft*
* w/ Emily Wells
Dark Dark Dark
Just in time for Halloween comes Dark Dark Dark, the band so gloomy they named it thrice. Largely accordion and banjo driven - with cello, standup...
Songs on her set was mostly from her album Mama, including "Symphony 6: Fair Thee Well & The Requiem Mix", "Fire Song", and "Passenger". The odd song, not on her album was called "Don't Use Me Up," and her closer, a cover of Little Willie John's "Fever."
Highlight of her show was when she unveiled her brand new black-keys melodica before "Passenger" was played. She met someone on the Wednesday show who worked at a company that made melodica and gave her a new one. So she gave her old melodica to someone in the audience.
They mostly stuck to traditional folk songs or cover songs, including "Blues Stay Away From Me", "How Am I Doin Hey Hey", "Whiskey River", "Babylon", and "Dog Song."
Mountain Man will be appearing on "A Prairie Home Companion" today, October 6th.
Since it was the CD release for Who Needs Who, most of the songs played live were taken from the album, including "Last Time I Saw Joe", "Meet In The Dark", and "How It Went Down."
There was a couple of non-Who Needs Who, including "Daydreaming" from their previous album Wild Go.
Encore was supposed to have three tracks, but they skipped the first one and ended with the title track, "Who Needs Who" and "Trouble No More."
Dark Dark Dark's Who Needs Who just came out October 2nd, you can pick up a copy at amazon.com. They will be heading out on tour in October and November with Emily Wells.
Dark Dark Dark at the Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis (10/05/12)