Original 1993 Husker Du "In the East" tour poster

Husker Du

N.p. N.p., 1983. Vintage Husker Du 1983 "In The East" concert tour poster, a "tour blank," with space at the lower margin on which a venue could add performance date information. The tour was taken to promote the band's first studio album, "Everything Falls Apart," released in January 1983, with dates "in the east" taking place in the spring of the same year.

Seminal punk/rock band Hüsker Dü formed in Saint Paul, Minnesota, in 1979. Headed by core members Bob Mould, Greg Norton, and Grant Hart, the group would define the hardcore scene in the early 1980s with constant touring and breakneck sets, quickly garnering a nationwide audience and critical acclaim.

Like many ambitious punk bands, Hüsker Dü quickly expanded their sound, releasing "Zen Arcade" in 1985, a groundbreaking record that incorporated elements of folk, psychedelia, and rock and roll. Hüsker Dü officially disbanded in 1988, and Mould and Hart continued on to prolific solo careers, as well as forming the bands Sugar and Nova Mob, respectively.

11 x 17 inches. Tiny closed tear at the top left corner, else Near Fine.


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