Sunday, September 11, 2011

If I ever write a song with a comedy title, it will be "no one ever remembers the third member of Nirvana"

Everyone says they started the push of alternative rock to the mainstream. They kickstarted grunge. They made heavy music more accessible to the world. To this day there's arguments over everything to do with Nirvana in the history of music, but we can all agree on one thing: they made great music, that to this day still speaks heavily to us.

Next week it will be 20 years since their groundbreaking album Nevermind was released. 20 years. Gosh, I feel old. To celebrate this anniversary, there will be a worldwide one-night-only screening of the only live Nirvana show recorded on film. Included with the ticket will be a double CD re-release of Nevermind with a tonne of extras on it.

On September 23, for $35, you can catch this one off event at any Birch Carrol and Coyle in Brisbane, or at Dendy Portside or the Blue Room in Paddington.

You get to experience the magic yourself. And see Dave Grohl with ridiculously long hair.

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