“I never want to take advantage of the fact that I was in [Hüsker Dü],” Mould said of reunion rumors. “Nor do I ever want to get in the way of its legacy."
The legendary alternative forefathers just launched a new website, but bassist Greg Norton said a reunion requires aligning "a lot of moving parts."
The trio paid a visit to Joan Rivers in 1987 just as they moved from the indie underground into the mainstream.
After a whirlwind 2014 which saw the release of Beauty and Ruin, his highly-acclaimed return-to-form album, Bob Mould has announced his plans for this year.
Butch Walker just dropped his terrific seventh album, Afraid of Ghosts, last month.
Bob Mould stopped by ‘Late Show With David Letterman’ this past Friday (Feb. 8) to perform two tracks off his latest solo effort, last year’s ‘Beauty & Ruin.’
As Butch Walker prepares for the release of 'Afraid of Ghosts,' he sat down with Esquire magazine to chat about what fans can expect from the new record.
At last night's show in New York City, Bob Mould invited Ryan Adams to the stage for a four-song encore, packed with Husker Du classics.
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Bob Mould has been a fixture in the alternative scene since the late '70s, and in his new video for 'The War,' he shows that he's just as vibrant as ever while hinting that he won't be around forever.