Dave Grohl Performs Nirvana's "In Bloom" with Trombone Shorty

and the footage is awesome!

September 17, 2018

Photo by Stephanie Savoia


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If you've seen any interview with Dave Grohl discussing Kurt Cobain's death, then you know that after Kurt passed, Dave couldn't even listen to music, let alone play it. It took him about eight months to get out of his "funk" and that's when he started to record the first Foo Fighters album at Robert Lang Studios in Shoreline. 

Nirvana's Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony in 2014 was the first time Dave Grohl has played any Nirvana songs since Kurt's passing, and over the weekend an enthusiastic crowd at the Voodoo Threauxdown Festival in LA had the chance to witness the second time!


'In Bloom' - the jazz edition! The New Orleans jazz collective, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue nailed it! What do you think? 

I think Dave looks like he's having the time of his life here and that makes my heart so happy!.. And optimistic that we'll see more of this in the future!

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