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First of Conor Oberst's and Dawes' First Ave set lists

Posted by: Chris Riemenschneider under Music Updated: June 2, 2014 - 10:22 AM
Conor Oberst, center, teamed up with Los Angeles band Dawes at First Avenue on Sunday night. / Carlos Gonzalez, Star Tribune

Conor Oberst, center, teamed up with Los Angeles band Dawes at First Avenue on Sunday night. / Carlos Gonzalez, Star Tribune

Spoiler alert: Fans may wish to skip looking at last night’s set lists if they’re attending tonight’s second pairing by Conor Oberst and Dawes at First Avenue. However, the songs offered in both cases have changed somewhat from night to night on other stops of this joint tour -- which is especially impressive in the case of Oberst’s performances, since it means Dawes learned a whole lot of his tunes going into this outing. Here’s what they played on Sunday.

Look for the full concert review and more photos at startribune.com/music.

DAWES

The Way You Laugh / From a Window Seat / That Western Skyline / Right on Time (new song) / Most People / Time Spent in Los Angeles / When My Time Comes / I Can’t Think About It Now (another new one) / Little Bit of Everything / From the Right Angle

CONCER OBERST WITH DAWES

Time Forgot / Zig-Zagging Toward the Light / We Are Nowhere and It’s Now / Moab / Kick / Old Soul Song / Artifact #1 / Hit the Switch / Double Life / Bowl of Oranges / Danny Callahan / Ladder Song / If the Brakeman Turns My Way / Soul Singer in a Session Band / Hundreds of Ways / Desert Island Questionnaire / Poison Oak / I Got the Reason, No. 2        ENCORE: Cape Canaveral / Another Travelin’ Song / Roosevelt Room

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