Bob Mould started his musical success in Hüsker Dü. After their breakup, he put out a couple of solo albums before forming another power trio called Sugar, which released one of the all time classic alternative rock albums, Copper Blue. After the dissolution of Sugar, Bob returned to his solo albums, where he's been ever since. In between all that, he released an autobiography, See A Little Light; The Trail of Rage and Melody, which I thought was a great read.
The Mod Club and The Horseshoe. Toronto's Riot Fest was different. This was the first time I actually got to officially photograph this personal influence and legend.
I'll leave the notes I made during the show intact: Unreal energy. Amazing. The peak of my day.
Bob's amazing set.
The two opening tunes. Hüsker Dü's "Flip Your Wig" and "Hate Paper Doll". Amazing tunes but it doesn't give us photographers a lot of time.
"I Don't You Anymore"
"If I Can't Change Your Mind"
"Hey Mr. Grey"
"Makes No Sense At All"