Bob Mould stopped through to chat about his new album Beauty and Ruin. The musician recently performed at Carnegie Hall for his 3rd Paul Simon tribute concert to help raise money for under served youth to get musical instruments and lessons.

Mould performed "Fakin' It" which was a single he had when he was 7 years old. Antibalas was the house band, "They really shined me up good," Mould said. 

He discusses his performance at Carnegie Hall and how different it is compared to other places he's performed before. His new album "Beauty and Ruin" is a guitar record that he considers to be a very loud one compared to his Silver Age record. 

The song "Hey Mr. Grey," featured in the new album is about him reconciling his life in the rock business, and how he has lived to talk about it. Check out the full interview and photos below! 

 

PHOTOS: Bob Mould In-Studio