Bob Mould | Brooklyn Bowl | 12 October 2016
Bob Mould performs with all the urgency of a teenager in a garage band, and all the confidence of a man who’s been at it for over three decades.
Backed by his current band – Superchunk rhythm section Jason Narducy and Jon Wurster – the 55-year-old singer and guitarist tears through 25 songs in 90 minutes, barely pausing to catch his breath.
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Bob Mould returns to London on 12 October.
Back at the same venue he played in February, Brooklyn Bowl, Mould’s show in the capital wraps his second UK tour of 2016 and follows an extensive North American tour in support of his current album, ‘Patch The Sky’.
“Apparently I’ve been given some special dispensation: how many musicians get to play loud rock at 55 and still have an audience?” asks Mould. “It’s amazing that people from so many different cities, countries, ages, and walks of life all continue to find something in common in my music. Continue reading Bob Mould to ‘Patch The Sky’ at Brooklyn Bowl
Finland’s Von Hertzen Brothers return to the UK with a full headline tour in March on the back of their latest album’s success.
Released in March last year, ‘New Day Rising’ was nominated for the Classic Rock Album of The Year Award and led the way to the band’s first ever performance at Download.
Now Mikko, Jonne, and Kie Von Hertzen are hitting venues across the country including Brooklyn Bowl in London on 18 March 2016.
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Bob Mould returns to London for a one-off show next year.
The founder of the seminal bands Husker Du and Sugar plays Brooklyn Bowl with his solo band — Jason Narducy and Jon Wurster — on 11 February 2016.
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