'Copper Blue' to be re-visited

Bob Mould is set to play a one off London show this summer, running alongside four re-issues.

Any discussion of American rock music in the 90s which doesn't include Bob Mould is invalid from the outset. A mainstay with Husker Du, the songwriter defined college rock before going on to lead Sugar.

Now working under his own name, Bob Mould remains a fascinating contrary figure. Recently re-visiting Sugar's 1992 album 'Copper Blue' the American artist has now confirmed plans for a one off London show.

Part of a short burst of European dates, Bob Mould is set to play London venue Shepherds Bush Empire on June 1st.

The singer will be joined by his current touring band, which contains Jon Wurster (Superchunk, The Mountain Goats) on drums and Jason Narducy on bass. Tickets for the one off show are on sale now.

Meanwhile, Bob Mould is continuing to look over his career. After releasing a re-issued version of 'Sugar Blue' the singer will then focus his attention on 1994 follow up 'File Under Easy Listening'.

Looking at his solo career, Bob Mould will then re-issue the 1996 self-titled 'hubcap' album before re-visiting 1998’s 'The Last Dog and Pony Show'.

All four albums will be released on Edsel Records next month, with each expanded format boasting alternative and previously unreleased material.

Bob Mould is set to play the following shows:

1 London Shepherd's Bush Empire
3 Brussels AB
6 Helsinki Tavastia

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