“Around 9:30 Monday night at Disney Hall, toward the end of a round-table concert celebrating the music of Bob Mould, Foo Fighters’ frontman Dave Grohl did what he does better than just about anyone in rock music today. He got behind a drum set and absolutely murdered a song.
The tune was Husker Du’s ‘New Day Rising,’ a punishing one-two punk gallop from 1985 with the title as a repeated mantra that everything will someday get better. It was probably the loudest thing ever played at Disney Hall, and Grohl’s muppety ferociousness got the room to its feet.”
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“Near the end of a bristling, two-hour tribute in his honor at the Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, Bob Mould took the stage to note the irony of his life and music. ‘I’m sort of speechless,’ he said last night, following performances by Dave Grohl, Ryan Adams, No Age and many others.”
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“You know how these lovefest all-star tributes to our legend-looming creative artists can get a bit treacly? This one, entitled ‘See a Little Light: A Celebration of the Music and Legacy of Bob Mould,’ wasn’t, though the prevailing down-to-earthness meant there was little in the way of high drama, either. But that’s maybe fitting, as ex-Husker Du/Sugar mainman Mould represents the triumph of the hardworking regular joe with a few things on his mind.”
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“If Husker Du or Sugar were before your time, do yourself a favor and dig up their old catalogs. Both venerable bands were fronted by Bob Mould, and an all-star assortment of music luminaries assembled to celebrate the music and legacy of Mould’s vast catalog at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.”
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“Last night at Los Angeles’ Walt Disney Concert Hall, former Husker Du and Sugar frontman Bob Mould was honored with a star-studded tribute concert. Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl, Ryan Adams, Spoon’s Britt Daniel, The Hold Steady’s Craig Finn, and No Age were among the acts who took part, performing songs from Mould’s entire discography, including Husker Du, Sugar, and Mould’s own solo material.”
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“Bob Mould and Dave Grohl jammed out three Mould-penned songs last night at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, in a show that also featured No Age, Britt Daniel, Ryan Adams, The Hold Steady, and many more.”
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“Though he reportedly expressed some humble resistance to the tribute because ‘he’s not even dead yet,’ Husker Du and Sugar frontman Bob Mould took part in an all-star tribute to his songwriting and legacy last night at L.A.’s Disney Hall, where he was joined by Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl, Spoon’s Britt Daniel, the Hold Steady’s Craig Finn, Ryan Adams, No Age, Margaret Cho, and many more.”
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