Mother Mother are watching their dreams come true right in front of their very eyes

Mother MotherBy Karina Kristensen //

Mother Mother with Winnetka Bowling League //
Great American Music Hall – San Francisco
January 19th, 2018 //

Vancouver indie-rock band Mother Mother played the sixth show of their current “Dance and Cry Tour” at Great American Music Hall last Saturday. Before they were ever officially Mother Mother in the mid-2000’s though, lead singer/guitarist Ryan Guldemond and his sister Molly Guldemond (keyboards, vocals) used to attend rock concerts together.

“Never in a million years did we think we’d be doing this,” Ryan told those of us in the crowd.

The other members of the quintet are Jasmin Parkin (keyboards, vocals), Ali Siadat (drums) and Mike Young (bass), who replaced Jeremy Page after he left the outfit in 2016. Originally, Mother Mother used to only do acoustic sets, so Ryan brought out his acoustic guitar at one point to “honor that moment” with a tune. They even covered Radiohead’s 1992 hit “Creep” after finishing “Body of Years” from their 2008 sophomore album O My Heart.

Los Angeles-based group Winnetka Bowling League kicked things off and set the tone for the night with some great energetic vibes.

MOTHER MOTHER

Setlist:
I Must Cry Out Loud
Dance and Cry
O My Heart
Let’s Fall in Love
Monkey Tree
Get Out the Way
Bottom Is a Rock
It’s Alright
Body of Years/Creep (Radiohead cover)
Good at Loving You
The Drugs
Family
Dirty Town
So Down
Get Up
Hayloft
Bit by Bit

Encore:
Biting on a Rose
Ghosting
The Stand

WINNETKA BOWLING LEAGUE

Setlist:
Daydreamer
Sixteen
Feeling California
Diane
Something in the Air
Kombucha
Slow Dances
are you okay?
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