"come on babe, come on rescue me. just this last time."
"Don’t let me fuck up will you, ‘cause when I need a friend it’s still you."
June 11th, 1991 - Nirvana and Dinosaur Jr. performs at the Pompadour Rock & Roll Club located in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Nirvana and J Mascis performing at the secret show in Brooklyn, 2014.
Dinosaur Jr’s J Mascis performing ‘School’ with Nirvana, 2014.
"I love this. Fond memory of Kurt asking J to join Nirvana." - Thurston Moore.
Dinosaur Jr’s J Mascis performing with Nirvana.
Nirvana put on a secret show last night, after their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame performing a full set list.
Everyone likes secret Nirvana shows right?
Shonen Knife - New Album With Tour Dates.
Foo Fighters - New Album With Tour Dates. (stay tuned)
Mudhoney - Live Tour Dates for 2014.
Dinosaur Jr. - Live in Nelsonville, Ohio on May 30th, 2014.
Soundgarden. - Live Tour Dates for 2014.
The Melvins. - New Album With Tour.
Lee Ranaldo/Steve Shelley. - Live Tour Dates for 2014.
Kim Gordon. - Live With Body/Head At Primavera Festival 2014.
Thurston Moore. - New Album With Tour Dates And Music Video.
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Featuring : Dinosaur Jr, Bikini Kill, Hole, Shonen Knife, Mudhoney, Soundgarden, Bratmobile, Melvins, Mark Lanegan, The Pixies, Sonic Youth and The Breeders!
"Last call everrrr!” a bartender hollered minutes before Maxwell’s, the Hoboken club that booked and nurtured bands including R.E.M. and Nirvana, closed its doors for the last time early Thursday morning. A block party raged outside the music hub the preceding afternoon as a soundcheck teased what would be the evening’s standout: a reunion 35 years in the making.
Reached at his home by phone, J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr. recalled a disarming and encouraging crowd the night in 1986 they opened for Steve Albini’s Big Black.
"It’s just the first place we ever felt welcomed as a band," he said, adding that he met Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore that night. “It wasn’t so easy for us to find any fans. So that was like the most sympathetic audience we’d ever played.”
Nirvana played twice at Maxwell’s, once in 1989 and another time in 1990.