Hüsker Dü built their reputation as a band on a simple concept -- speed.
The trio paid a visit to Joan Rivers in 1987 just as they moved from the indie underground into the mainstream.
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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As the world mourns the loss of one of the greatest comedic talents of all time, we celebrate the life of Joan Rivers by looking back on her willingness to embrace the one and only, Husker Du.
Former Hüsker Dü frontman Bob Mould may not be one of the most instantly recognizable men in rock, but luckily he brought one along for his performance last night on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.'
Was there ever a better year for music than 1984?
In the annals of '80s American punk rock, Husker Du remain something of a mind-boggling phenomenon. These three Midwestern everymen tried on every hat in the underground department -- from art rock to blinding hardcore -- and after falling into their own singular sound, they somehow caught the attention of the major labels in a pre-Nirvana world.
Four early Husker Du rarities are getting the reissue treatment as part of a double 7-inch set that's due out on Record Store Day 2013. The band's first-ever single, 1981's 'Amusement,' will be released on April 20 at participating record stores with the B-side 'Statues,' packaged together with an additional 7-inch featuring the tunes 'Writer's Cramp' and 'Let's Go Die.'
The life of Grant Hart, drummer/vocalist for the legendary Minneapolis punk band Husker Du, will be the subject of 'Every Everything,' a new documentary from What Were We Thinking Films. Gorman Bechard, the film's creative force, has begun a Kickstarter campaign in the hopes of raising $20,000 by May 4.