WILMINGTON — After touring with The Head and the Heart, Dawes picked up co-headliner Bahamas for a run of shows this fall.
They stopped over at Greenfield Lake Amphitheater on Sunday, Sept. 11 — the concert interweaving musicians and sets rather than consisting of an opening and headliner.
For example, Dawes played on “Own Alone” and “All the Time” with Bahamas — Canadian musician Afie Jurvanen. Jurvanen, in turn, played on Dawes’ tracks, such as “Most People” and “Someone Else’s Café/Doomscroller Tries to Relax.”
“I thought this approach was really cool,” said Tom Dorgan, who was there to capture scenes of the evening for PCD.
Dawes was touring in support of a new album, “Misadventures of Doomscroller,” while Bahamas promoted 2021’s “Sad Hunk,” Juno Award winner for Adult Alternative Album of the Year.
Read PCD’s interview with Dawes frontman Taylor Goldsmith here.
Below are Dorgan’s photos from the show.
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