Friday, September 14, 2012
Bob Mould interviews with Seattle Gay News
You might know him from Husker Du. Or, from his days with the band Sugar. Or, as an independent singer-songwriter whose released a string of solo albums dating back to 1989. Or, perhaps you caught him performing "Dear Rosemary" live with the Foo Fighters, a song he collaborated on with the group on their Grammy-winning album Wasting Light.
All of this points to one man, Bob Mould.
The rock musician, who is openly gay and proudly associates himself with the bear community, is well respected in his field by fellow musicians, some of whom he inspired early in their careers - Dave Grohl among them.
Mould is currently touring his latest solo recording, Silver Age, that includes a stop at The Showbox Market in Seattle on September 18. Visit http://showboxonline.com/ for ticket information. He speaks with Seattle Gay News in this week's edition (out today, September 14) about the new album, his tour, Nirvana, and lists some of his favorite female musicians.
Grab a copy of the SGN this weekend at any number of bars or coffeeshops in Seattle, or read it online tomorrow morning at http://www.sgn.org/, and get familiar with Bob Mould.
Photo credit: Merge Records