Paul McCartney made a stop in Seattle last night and naturally thought to invite the former Nirvana bassist on stage.
Dave Grohl knew from the start what he wanted the Foos' 2011 album to be: a pure and simple rock statement that cuts straight to the pleasure center.
With just four chords and unintelligible lyrics, Nirvana stirred a tidal wave of grunge that crashed over the mainstream and forever altered the pop landscape.
More than two decades after the death of the iconic Nirvana frontman, we're still left wondering what exactly happened in Seattle on April 5, 1994.
Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear most recently enlisted Beck as their frontman, and the former Nirvana bassist says he's up for more projects of that ilk.
Osborne called the Kurt Cobain documentary “total bulls---," an “utter fabrication” and questioned Courtney Love's retelling of events.
And it reportedly never would've happened if a Melvins collaboration with Dave Grohl hadn't fallen through.
Dave Grohl and the gang are making an 'official band announcement' tonight and while breakup rumors are swirling, there are plenty other possibilities (realistic and otherwise).
It was just one show in the middle of a string of European tour dates in support of 1993's 'In Utero,' but Nirvana's concert in Germany on March 1, 1994 turned out to be their last.
Dave Grohl sings lead vocals on both versions of the song that was originally released as a B-side to "Heart-Shaped Box" in 1993.