Nirvana

November 14, 1993; New York, NY, USA; Kurt Cobain from Nirvana performs in Concert on November 14, 1993 at New York Coliseum.

Nirvana Sues Designer Marc Jacobs for Stealing Iconic Smiley Face Logo

None of the remaining members of Nirvana are smiling about the latest shirt created by fashion designer Marc Jacobs.
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Joan Jett performs at the 2nd Annual National Concert Day Show

Joan Jett Is Open To More Shows With Surviving Nirvana Members

Watch "Smells Like Teen Spirit" at Cal Jam
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Kurt Cobain

Today In Music History 09/24/18

Styx release "Come Sail Away," Bobby McFerrin would hit No.1 with no instruments needed and Nirvana release their first album with Dave Grohl on drums....Today in Music History.
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Franz Stahl, Chris Shiflett, Dave Grohl, Pat Smear, Krist Novoselic, Taylor Hawkins and Nate Mendel

Krist Novoselic Joins Foo Fighters Onstage for "Molly's Lips" Cover

The Foo Fighters made their Seattle show extra special with the surviving members of Nirvana and a nostalgic cover.
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DONNIE WAHLBERG

Today In Music History 08/17/18

Nirvana shoots their video for "Smells Like Teen Spirit," Carlos Santana gets his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and happy 49th birthday to Donnie Wahlberg of NKOTB!!!
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Elton John

Today in Music History 04.17.18

We start Today in Music History on this day in 1971, when all four former Beatles had solo singles on the UK chart: Paul McCartney with "Another Day," Ringo Starr with "It Don't Come Easy," John Lennon with "Power To The People," and George Harrison with "My Sweet Lord." Video of My Sweet Lord -...
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Kurt Cobain

Today in Music History 04/16/18

Queen makes their concert debut here in the US, Hutch makes his chart debut with "Don't Give Up On Us" and Nirvana graces the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine...Today in Music History.
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Kurt Cobain, David Bowie, John Lennon

John Lennon’s, Kurt Cobain’s, David Bowie’s Handwriting Available as Fonts

You can use the handwriting of some of the most iconic late musicians as a font. Welcome to 2018.
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