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Hamilton Leithauser began his Café Carlyle residency (night one pics & setlist)

Former The Walkmen frontman and active solo artist Hamilton Leithauser began a 10-night run at NYC’s upscale Café Carlyle last night (1/16). He had a pool of songs picked out for the show, and ended up playing 12 of them, including a mix of solo material, music from his collaborative album with Rostam, music from his collaborative EP with former Walkmen bandmate Paul Maroon, and a cover of Tom Paxton’s “Annie’s Going to Sing Her Song.” Pictures of night one are in the gallery above and the setlist is below.

The residency continues tonight (1/17) and wraps up on January 27.

Hamilton Leithauser at Cafe Carlyle – 1/16/17 Setlist (via)
Annie’s Going to Sing Her Song (Tom Paxton cover)
Blizzard of ’96
The Bride’s Dad (Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam song)
When the Truth Is… (Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam song)
138th St.
In a Black Out (Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam song)
Immediately Alone (Hamilton Leithauser & Paul Maroon song)
1959 (Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam song)
Blue as Blood
Nancy
A 1000 Times (Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam song)
Proud Irene (Hamilton Leithauser & Paul Maroon song)

photos by David Andrako

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