A new book from Hal Leonard, Nirvana: Note for Note Transcriptions, offers new, note-for-note transcriptions (with guitar and bass tab) for all the instruments on all 14 songs from Nirvana's 2002 best-of compilation.
Here's a very cool blast from the past that has Kurt Cobain and the rest of Nirvana digging in to "Come As You Are" live on MTV Unplugged back in 1993. The song was released as the second single from the band's second studio album Nevermind in 1992.
Some "new" old video has surfaced on YouTube. On December 30, documentary filmmaker Dave Markey posted this clip of what would wind up being Nirvana's last-ever show in Los Angeles. The show pre-dates Kurt Cobain's April 5, 1994, suicide by just a few short months.
The ballots are in — and Nirvana and Kiss are headed to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The inclusion of Nirvana is no surprise; they were odds-on favorites from the start. The band, which has been accepted into the Hall in its first year of eligibility, and its surviving members will receive the honor 20 years after Kurt Cobain, committed suicide.
Twenty years after Kurt Cobain suffered for the sins of corporate rock, Nirvana rise from the vault in a deluxe box-set reissue of their great grunge apotheosis, In Utero. GW delivers the gospel according to Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear.
Three vintage Nirvana interviews have turned up online. Journalist James Sherry, who interviewed the band in November 1990, 1991 and 1992, has released the audio of all three recordings, reports Consequence of Sound.
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