Watch Dave Grohl’s First Gig with Nirvana
Videos surface of Dave Grohl’s first performance with Nirvana in 1990. Read more
New record out in November. Gah! Get this guy a throat lozenge!!
Even after his Hall of Fame snub, original Nirvana drummer still has warm fuzzies for his old band. Now, he’s gone on record to say he’s open for a Nirvana reunion.
“It’d maybe be something like Dave playing guitar and singing and Krist doing bass. That’d be about the only arrangement I could think of that we could pull off.”
Ya know.. that could work!
We can add Rock and Roll Hall of Fame snubs right up there with break ups to the list of things you shouldn’t have to find out by text message. Chad Channing, Nirvana’s original drummer on their record, Bleach, discovered by this text to Nirvana’s manager from the Hall of Fame that he won’t be inducted with the band:
“Can you tell whoever looks after Chad Channing that he isn’t being inducted It is just Dave, Krist and Kurt.”
Dave Grohl recently had the honor of giving the speech for Rush’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction this week, and he is as star struck with his drumming idols as we all are.
Grohl admitted that inducting Rush into the Hall – and later performing with them on stage for a version of ‘2112â€² – was “one of the most special nights of my life.”
Grohl on drums. Tasty.
The unlikely collaboration was revealed by Dave Grohl, who is also appearing on the forthcoming album as drummer, when he interviewed Sir Elton as part of his week covering chat show host Chelsea Lately on her late night talk show.
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