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.

Bob Mould, Davina and the Vagabonds, and MANY more new Minnesota music releases


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Bob Mould: Patch the Sky Rolling Stone calls Patch the Sky “prime-era, intense Mould.” Bob Mould’s 13th solo studio album will be released on Friday, and in just a month he’s headlining two shows at First Avenue’s Mainroom — a room with which he has a long history. It’s gonna get loud. Davina and the Vagabonds: Nicollet and Tenth…

Today in Music History: Grant Hart is 55


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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 Hüsker Dü drummer Grant Hart was born, Today in Music History.

Music News: Bob Mould shares new song, ‘The End of Things’


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Bob Mould has released a new song from his forthcoming album Patch the Sky. The album comes out March 25, and Rolling Stone says that it’s “prime-era, intense Mould, no more so than on one of the album’s most pulverizing tracks, ‘The End of Things.'” Dr. Luke rumors fly The Internet has been abuzz with rumors,…

Today’s Music News: Bob Mould announces new album, dismisses Hüsker Dü reunion rumors


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Bob Mould has announced a new album: Patch the Sky will be released March 25. Mould says it will be the “darkest” yet “catchiest” of his recent albums. He’s also responded to Hüsker Dü reunion rumors that have circulated since the band launched an official merchandise site. “No reunion,” said Mould. “I never want to take advantage of…

Today in Music History: Happy Birthday, Bob Mould


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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; the legendary CBGB closed its doors; and Bob Mould was born in Malone, N.Y., 55 years ago Today in Music History.

Today’s Music News: Hüsker Dü have an official website, for the first time ever


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Twin Cities rock legends Hüsker Dü have their first-ever official website. The site is just a merchandise mart—but still, notes the Star Tribune’s Chris Riemenschneider, “marks the first thaw in a glacial ice pack that formed in early 1988, when the influential Minneapolis punk trio broke up.” The band’s bassist Greg Norton tells Reimenschneider that “there’s ongoing communication…

Interview: Bob Mould


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Ahead of two nights of shows at First Avenue in Minneapolis, Bob Mould stopped by The Current's studio for a live on-air chat with Jim McGuinn. "Coming back to the Twin Cities is always a great experience for me, this is my music home," Mould says, "so the expectations are always pretty high." Listen to the complete interview.

Behind First Avenue’s Stars: Hüsker Dü


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2015 marks First Avenue’s 45th year of hosting stellar shows in the heart of Minneapolis. We are on a mission to tell the stories of performers whose names decorate the venue’s iconic Wall of Fame. Past features include Babes in Toyland, Har Mar Superstar, and OutKast. In the spirit of milestones, next up are Minnesota natives…

Episode #54: Jen Kirkman with Bob Mould


On this week’s show, comedian, author and actor Jen Kirkman tells us what it’s like to make an episode of Drunk History, punk rock godfather Bob Mould performs tracks from his latest album, and we hear why dead author Franz Kafka is so upset with Pharrell Williams about the song, “Happy.”