Bob Mould electrifies Teragram Ballroom, joined by Ryan Adams, Fred Armisen, Mike Krol

The Bob Mould Band know how to rock, loud! It’s no surprise the show on Friday night at Teragram Ballroom was sold out. Fans of Bob Mould’s past work were surely pleased to witness a handful of Sugar and Hüsker Dü songs performed along with selections of Mould’s most recent album, Patch The Sky.

Starting with “A Good Idea”, a Sugar song, Bob Mould blazed through songs with intensity. The energy really took off when Mould called out Ryan Adams to join the band on stage and proceeded to play Hüsker Dü songs “Something I learned Today”, “I Apologize”, and “Celebrated Summer”.

Later in the set the band decided to change things up once again. Drummer Jon Wurster took the singing role and Fred Armisen, notably known for his roles in SNL and Portlandia, made an appearance on drums to cover “Beat on the Brat” by the Ramones.

Donning a cape and cat burglar mask, garage rocker Mike Krol opened in support of Bob Mould.

Check out the photos below of Bob Mould at the Teragram Ballroom with Mike Krol.

Recap & Photography: Manuel Domínguez

Bob Mould Teragram Ballroom

Bob Mould at Teragram Ballroom

Bob Mould Teragram Ballroom

Bob Mould & Friends at Teragram Ballroom

Bob Mould Ryan Adams Teragram Ballroom

Bob Mould with Ryan Adams at Teragram Ballroom

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Bob Mould Ryan Adams Teragram Ballroom

Bob Mould with Ryan Adams at Teragram Ballroom

Mike Kroll Teragram Ballroom

Mike Kroll at Teragram Ballroom

Mike Kroll Teragram Ballroom

Mike Kroll at Teragram Ballroom

Mike Kroll Teragram Ballroom

Mike Kroll at Teragram Ballroom

 

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