“He was so excited,” Grohl recalled.
Fans of Nirvana—and, more specifically, frontman Kurt Cobain—will have their eyes glued to HBO next year.
The take on Nirvana follows recent versions of songs by the likes of Lana Del Rey and Fiona Apple on the spooky TV show.
Twenty years after the death of Kurt Cobain, it still doesn’t feel like we’ll ever get tired of Nirvana nostalgia.
You might know Dave Grohl as the frontman of the Foo Fighters, but according to the former drummer, he’s just a dad who spends a lot of time shuttling his kids around in a mini-van. And when he’s not busy doing that, he plays a little music.
According to producer Butch Vig, the band’s relentless practice schedule before recording the 1991 classic was a way to stay warm during the brutal Northwestern winter.
“Why you gotta do that before I do a song with you?” he asked. “I was mad at his people.”