On Nov. 18, 1993, Nirvana arrived at Sony Music Studios with no idea what they would play on 'Unplugged.' They left having recorded one of the decade's definitive albums.
The ex-Nirvana bassist discussed grunge’s “feminine sensibility” in contrast to hair metal, Bernie Sanders and Kurt Cobain dreams.
Buck describes the vinyl-only release as his "best solo record" and "magnum opus."
One writer who lived in Hollywood during the dying days of '80s hair metal recalls how Nirvana's 'Nevermind' instantly redefined pop culture in the '90s.
Novoselic dubbed the Foo Fighters “the best band in the world.”
The Nirvana bassist recently opened up about Kurt Cobain's suicide and how he thinks things could've been different.
Nearly a quarter of a century ago, Nirvana descended upon the Reading Festival for what would be one of the most legendary performances of their career.
Twenty-four rare photos of the group are currently up for sale from the Austin Modern Rocks Gallery.
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.
Watch the latest clip from Brett Morgen's new Kurt Cobain documentary, Montage of Heck.