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Dawes, Mumford and Sons, and Feist played the World Cafe 20th anniversary concert Saturday night

Dawes, Mumford and Sons and Feist played Saturday evening at World Cafe Live for the World Cafe 20th anniversary tribute concert. Mumford and Sons opened the show with four songs (including a cover of Neil Young’s “Dance Dance Dance” and new song called “Ghosts That We Knew”) then brought Dawes out to join them for two more songs including the new “Awaken My Soul.” Dawes finished up their set by inviting Mumford and Sons out for a high energy version of Dawes’ “When My Times Comes.” We’ll have more pictures and audio from the show tomorrow. Below, some photos from last night’s show.

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Photos, setlist from The Little Willies at World Cafe 20th anniversary tribute show

Here are some photos of The Little Willies from the World Cafe 20th anniversary tribute concert at World Cafe Live. The show also included sets by the Indigo Girls and John Hiatt. The Little Willies – Lee Alexander (bass), Jim Campilongo (guitar), Norah Jones (piano, vocals), Richard Julian (guitar, vocals), and Dan Rieser (drums) – opened the show with a warm set of new material from their forthcoming album For The Good Times including covers by Townes Van Zandt (“No Place To Fall”), Dolly Parton (“Jolene”), and “I Worship You” by Ralph Stanley. See the complete set list below and photos from the show.