Hüsker Dü: Do You Remember?

Do You Remember podcast
Do You Remember? is a five-part documentary podcast exploring Hüsker Dü’s formative years and legacy through rare exclusive interviews with the band, as well as those who were around in the beginning. We also dive into recordings from Numero Group's new remastered box set of the band’s early releases, demos and live recordings.

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See below for all Hüsker Dü, Grant Hart, Bob Mould and Greg Norton stories from The Current.

Take it from Bob Mould: Vaccination and masking are no joke

“You’ve got to follow house rules,” says Bob Mould in a new video announcement. His former band Hüsker Dü were always better at that than, say, the Replacements — but back in the ’80s, the stakes around concert comportment were never as high as they are today. In plain language, Mould tells fans that they…

Today in Music History: Happy Birthday, Bob Mould

Eyedea passed away; The legendary CBGB closed its doors; Little Richard made his first recordings for RCA; Sam Cooke's greatest hit was released; Grace Slick joined the Jefferson Airplane; CCR called it quits; and Bob Mould was born in Malone, N.Y., 55 years ago, Today in Music History.

Album of the Week: Bob Mould, 'Blue Hearts'

Just in time for fall in Minnesota, Bob Mould releases his 14th studio album, Blue Hearts. Recorded in the heart of the Midwest, Mould went to Steve Albini's Electrical Audio in Chicago to record 14 raw tracks that embody the essence of his sound and writing.

Bob Mould talks about 'American Crisis'

In an interview with the Local Show's Andrea Swensson, Bob Mould talks about his new single, 'American Crisis,' which just happened to be released as the nation experiences a new awakening to Civil Rights. 'My role is to share what my heart tells me and to share the water that I catch when it rains,' Mould says.

Massive triptych of Grant Hart’s artwork will soon decorate the Palace Theatre

While Grant Hart was best-known as a singer-songwriter and the drummer of Hüsker Dü, he was also a visual artist, and created the artwork for many of the band’s albums. Soon, the exterior of St. Paul’s Palace Theatre will be decorated with three massive 3D pieces of art based on collages that Hart created. The…

Bob Mould performs at The Current

In town for a pair of weekend shows, Bob Mould stopped at The Current for an early-morning session hosted by Brian Oake and Jill Riley. In the course of the interview, Mould plays tracks from his new album, 'Sunshine Rock,' as well as from his back catalogue. And in a wide-ranging and fascinating conversation, Mould talks about everything from his musical evolution to his new home in Berlin to his memories of being an emerging musician in the Twin Cities.

Today in Music History: Remembering Grant Hart on his birthday

Frank Sinatra made his first recording; the Bee Gees had a had in the top three singles in the U.S. singles charts; the Ramones got inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; the Clash released their very first single; and Husker Du; drummer Grant Hart was born, Today in Music History.

Today in Music History: Happy Birthday, Greg Norton

Greg Norton was born; The Recording Industry Association of America introduced a sales-award system using names of precious metals; the Beatles had their seventh No. 1 hit; a coffeehouse chain launched a music label; Tammy Wynette and George Jones called it quits; and The Sex Pistols stood up the Rock Hall, Today in Music History.