Nirvana’s debut studio “Bleach” (and Kurt’s non-embarrassing lyrics)

28 years ago, Nirvana’s debut studio album saw the light of day.

Chris Cornell

Remembering Chris Cornell (1964-2017)

The music world has lost Chris Cornell. At the age of 53, he hanged himself.

Vedder and Pearl Jam in the Hall of Fame

In just a couple of days, Eddie Vedder will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Not as a solo artist, but as a member of the Pearl Jam, along with the rest of the band. This year there were 19 nominees. Besides Pearl Jam, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame […]

Chained Alice? Not quite

Jerry Fulton Cantrell Jr. Jerry Cantrell. Pride of the Pacific Northwest. And today he turns 51. The founder, lead guitarist and main songwriter of one of the best bands that have ever been formed in the great state of Washington, Alice In Chains. Seattle is in Washington. Hey, Seattle! And some competition we have there. Let’s […]

Nirvana Release “Nevermind”

Nevermind was released on September 24, 1991. Nirvana’s lineup had stabilized on founding members Kurt Cobain and Chris Novoselic along with new recruit Dave Grohl and had moved from Sub Pop to Geffen Records who hoped that Nevermind would sell around 250,000 copies. Nevermind became Nirvana’s first number one album on January 11, 1992, replacing Michael Jackson at the top of the Billboard charts, eventually spending two hundred and fifty-two weeks on the Billboard 200 and selling over 25 million copies.

Dave Grohl becomes Nirvana’s Drummer

On September 21st, 1990 Krist Novoselic and Kurt Cobain picked Dave Grohl up from Seattle’s Sea-Tac airport. He stayed with Kurt in his “Hellhole” apartment in Olympia and auditioned for Nirvana a few days later. He got the job, with Krist Novoselic later stating, “We knew in two minutes that he was the right drummer.”

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