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Bob Mould: Leaves & Legend at 20th Century Theater

The Cincinnati Post

Blowing in with the wind to Cincinnati from Kalamazoo, Bob Mould is dropping into the iconic and recently renovated, 20th Century Theater this Sunday, October 22nd. One stop on his Fall Solo Electric tour of the United States that began in Washington, DC, and will be ending at the Stoughton Opera House in Stoughton, WI. Going along for the ride is the bassist, Jason Narducy.

Mould says of this run,

I'm excited to be back in the Midwest, especially during peak fall colors. I'm happy to have Jason supporting the tour — it's been a while since we've done solo shows together. I'm nervous, too: I've got a handful of new songs to share with you!"

JBM Promotions is hosting this concert as only they can, using the perfect setting and the best sound team to bring a rumble of intimacy whether seating 100 or 1000 - you always feel their personal touch on every aspect of their concert experiences.

JBM Promotions selected the ambience of the historic 20th Century Theater to showcase this artist's talents because the multi-level seating makes everyone feel they are in the front seats creating a personal experience.

Mould says, "I'm looking forward to hitting the road again this year ... 2023 is shaping up to be a pleasant mix of past, present, and future.

Tickets are available here. Doors open at 6; show starts at 7.

(Save me a seat - it's going to be a great show!)
Bob Mould, solo electric, with Jason Narducy coming to the 20th Century Theater Sunday, October 22nd.Photo byBob Mould, 2021

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