Bob Mould kickstarter

Legendary guitarist and songwriter Bob Mould of Hüsker Dü and Sugar has launched a Kickstarter. The project is a film documenting "See A Little Light," last year's epic Los Angeles concert that celebrated Mould's career with performances by Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters), Britt Daniel (Spoon), Ryan Adams, No Age, Craig Finn and Tad Kubler (The Hold Steady), Margaret Cho with Grant Lee Phillips, and Jessica Dobson (The Shins, Deep Sea Diver). Only 2,275 people experienced this in person, but filmmaker Justin Mitchell and his team captured the event in high-quality audio and video. A trailer is above. Hüsker Dü was the third concert I ever attended (following Styx and The Police) and Mould's music has inspired me ever since -- I hope he hits his goal. Pledge rewards include the likes of t-shirts, signed guitars, and tickets/meet-and-greet with Bob at future concerts. Bob Mould: The Walt Disney Concert Hall Film

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4 Responses to “Bob Mould kickstarter”

  1. mack says:

    I never write mash notes. 

    But back around “Candy Apple Grey,” when my life and career were in utter, lost, mid-20s chaos and Husker Du were one of about two things keeping me sane, I wrote a massive long mash note to the band care of SST Records, thanking them for doing so. Never expected a reply, never got one, don’t care. 

    They were the core DNA of countless mix-tapes I made. I caught them live in Providence and New London. Got my nose busted slam-dancing at their show in a disused asbestos-removal training facility in industrial Philadelphia. I kept up with Mould through his solo / Sugar / later-solo phases.

    And I have to say, the sound still galvanizes my day every single time I play it. Can’t wait to see this film.

    signed,pathetic drooling fanboy

  2. huskerdont says:

    LOL, Styx was sadly my first ever concert as well. As for Husker, well, I have borrowed them for my usernames on many of the interwebs. I’m reading Mould’s memoir right now.

  3. zuludaddy says:

    Mould is my personal guitar hero. Workbook is the soundtrack to my deepest, darkest depressions, and has saved me more than once.  Will be helping him here, with gratitude for being able to do so. Thanks for posting this, Dave.

  4. Alan Wexelblat says:

    I am now a backer.  Thank you for the pointer.

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