Dawes backs Conor Oberst at a sold-out Union Transfer show

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Conor Oberst | photo by Michelle Montgomery
Conor Oberst | photo by Michelle Montgomery

Singer-songwriter Conor Oberst took the stage at Union Transfer playing a sold-out show on Wednesday night. Touring in support of his latest solo LP, Upside Down Mountain, Oberst played a guitar-heavy mix of new tracks and old favorites. Since Upside Down Mountain was released just days before the show, many of the country/folk-inspired songs were not previously heard by the audience. Oberst was backed by roots rock band Dawes, who also opened the show. Playing in Philly for the first time since the 2012 XPoNential Music Festival, Dawes played an energetic set in support of their 2013 release Stories Don’t End. Check out photos from the show in the gallery below.

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One Response to “Dawes backs Conor Oberst at a sold-out Union Transfer show”

  1. Brad Crane

    Dawes was very uninspirational in Asheville. I cant, for the life of me, figure out why Connor would tour with them.

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