Nirvana’s surviving members record ‘really cool’ new music, don’t plan sharing it

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Nirvana’s three surviving members – Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear – have recorded ‘really cool’ new music together, but the world may never hear it.

The three musicians have reunited on stage a number of times since Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain passed away in April 1994, recruiting Joan Jett, Kim Gordon, St. Vincent and Lorde to front their performance at the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame ceremony in April 2014, and making a surprise appearance, with Deer Tick’s John McCauley and Jett again, at the Foo Fighters’ Cal Jam festival in October 2018. Speaking to Howard Stern on June 8, Dave Grohl revealed that the trio have also recorded new music together during their occasional jam sessions, but that there is no expectation that this music will ever be shared with the world.

‘Krist Novoselic is a pilot, he flies his own plane… he lives up in the Pacific Northwest and whenever he comes down to Los Angeles, you know, we always love to see each other and we’ll have dinner,’ Grohl said. ‘Last time he was here I made dinner for us and we hung out. and Pat‘s always around and the three of us, you know we like to just, we like to be together. We like to see each other and if there are instruments around or a studio that’s available, we’ll just get together and kind of jam, you know?’


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