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I saw them in like 94 and thought he wasn't into it. I truly think playing live is a chore and not a passion for him.
This doesn't look like a chore for him. Originally on the Gram Parsons tribute album, Return of the Grievous Angel. $1000 Wedding


Granted just one example.

Here he is earlier this year playing a Walgreens on Cape Cod. Shucks, it's the missing Confetti from last night.

 

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This doesn't look like a chore for him. Originally on the Gram Parsons tribute album, Return of the Grievous Angel. $1000 Wedding


Granted just one example.

Here he is earlier this year playing a Walgreens on Cape Cod. Shucks, it's the missing Confetti from last night.

Maybe I will see Bob Mould at my local Walgreens!
 

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This doesn't look like a chore for him. Originally on the Gram Parsons tribute album, Return of the Grievous Angel. $1000 Wedding


Granted just one example.

Here he is earlier this year playing a Walgreens on Cape Cod. Shucks, it's the missing Confetti from last night.

Judging by this and his brief unplugged moment the other night and that nice song in the car, he should play Walgreens and cars from now on. His soul comes out in those vids.
 


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Maybe I will see Bob Mould at my local Walgreens!

I did run into Bob at the CVS next to the Turf before one of shows a few years ago, but he did not break into Chartered Trips to my chagrin.

He loaded up on cold iced tea. One would think he could have had that added to his rider for the show?!?
 
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Judging by this and his brief unplugged moment the other night and that nice song in the car, he should play Walgreens and cars from now on. His soul comes out in those vids.
Here's a full show 1 week earlier. I would rate our gig about a 7/10 this is 8.5 maybe a 9 based on the solo set at the end which includes covers by Lucinda, The Misfits & Elvis Costello.

He was into it, maybe better room, sound, more lucid or less moody. Probably a combo of all of it. Even though an I-phone recording, presumably, the vocals sound better than the Fine Line.

Also has Confetti and Being Around though Hannah & Gabi was cut.

Lots of '90s tunes, from Nashville:

 

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One day walking up Chicago Ave to the HHH Dome in the early 2000s for a Twins game my buddy says to me, "Hey, I think that guy up there is Chris Mars!"

To which I replied, "Since the dude he's talking to is Slim Dunlap, I venture guess it actually is Chris Mars".

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Unfortunately neither Paul nor Tommy were joining them as far as I could tell.
 
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This song was my mantra all week leading up to the Axe game. Evan & Juliana's duo rendition of It's About Time.


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