As the end of the ‘80s gave way to the early ‘90s, rock ‘n’ roll needed a kick in the ass. Nirvana was just the band to do it. Blasting out of Seattle as part of the alternative-rock movement that drove the early part of the decade, Nirvana combined a punk-rock ethos with classic-rock riffs. In frontman Kurt Cobain, the band had a troubled but passionate singer and songwriter who helped give voice to his disassociated generation. The band’s 1991 album ‘Nevermind’ helped jumpstart a rock ‘n’ roll revolution, and its opening track, ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit,’ became an indie-rock anthem. But Cobain was uncomfortable with the spotlight and turned away from it on ‘Nevermind’’s abrasive follow-up, ‘In Utero.’ On April 5, 1994, at the age of 27, Cobain killed himself, effectively ending the greatest band of the ‘90s.
Revamped Nirvana 'Nevermind' Song Highlights 'The Batman' Trailer
Orchestral version of 'Nervermind' song plays in clip for upcoming superhero film.
Kurt Cobain’s ‘MTV Unplugged’ Guitar Sells for $6 Million
Auction breaks five records as new owner says he’ll use instrument to help music industry recover from COVID-19.
Watch Post Malone Cover 15 Nirvana Songs While Locked Down
Livestream has raised more than $2.75 million for the United Nations' COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
Dave Grohl Recruits Daughter for Partial Nirvana Reunion Show
Beck, St. Vincent also joined band's surviving members during five-song set at charity benefit.
Surviving Members of Nirvana to Perform at Los Angeles Benefit
Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear will also welcome some high-profile guests during the performance.
Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love's Former Home on Sale for $7.5M
The Nirvana and Hole stars purchased the Seattle property in early 1994.
Dave Grohl's ‘Panic Attacks’ Before Nirvana’s First Festival
Reading event in England has become mainstay in Foo Fighters leader’s career.