Nirvana Concert to be Released, with Album to Follow

Fans who have been missing Kurt Cobain’s performances ever since his death nearly twenty years ago can now relive some of the magic! VH1 will release the filming of a Nirvana concert held on Halloween night in 1991 at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle, three years before Cobain’s suicide. No one has ever seen the footage before and the network thinks that releasing it on the anniversary of the band’s Nevermind album is the perfect tribute. The concert is an hour long and will be shown on September 23 at 11:00 p.m. on VH1, VH1 Classic, and Palladia.

Fans that have been relying all-too long on their tired Nirvana recordings, both studio and live, will finally get a fresh taste of Nirvana through this concert showing. The concert shows Cobain and the rest of his band mates playing many of their biggest hits including Breed, Lithium, and Polly. But it’s not just the biggest song titles that made the show. The band also plays some lesser-known music, such as Jesus Don’t Want Me for a Sunbeam, a Vaseline cover that also appeared on their MTV Unplugged in New York album that was released in 1994, the same year as Cobain’s death.

And that’s not all the good news. The full live concert will also be released four days later on Blu-Ray and DVD on September 27. That’s bound to get fans excited, as it’s likely to be the last Cobain concert footage we’ll ever see.

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