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Entertainment Dave Grohl, Pat Smear and Krist Novoselic are still jamming when Nirvana

13:45  16 february  2021
13:45  16 february  2021 Source:   rollingstone.de

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Dave Grohl reveals: “We actually recorded a few things.”

Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic und Pat Smear © Provided by www.rollingstone.de Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear

Dave Grohl reveals: “We actually recorded a few things.”

Dave Grohl and Pat Smear have revealed that they occasionally revive the old Nirvana times. You probably meet with Krist Novoselic from time to time and play Nirvana songs privately. There are even said to have been some recordings.

“We Play Like We're Nirvana”

On Thursday (February 11th) the Foo Fighters were guests on Howard Stern's “Sirius XM” show to play their recently released tenth studio album “Medicine at Midnight” to promote. At one point, Pat Smear, who joined Nirvana in 1993, was asked if he ever missed playing with Nirvana.

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To which he replied that he had absolutely no reason to: “Every now and then, I, Krist and Dave get together and we play as if we were nirvana. So I don't have to miss it - we do it. When we're in the same town, we come together and jam. ”

Dave Grohl then revealed a very exciting detail:“ We actually recorded a few things. ”The last time they jammed together where did the Foo Fighters have recorded their new album .

Bitter Memories

Aside from the jam sessions, Grohl and Smear said that it often hurts too much to indulge in memories of Nirvana or to revive the records. Just last month, Dave Grohl revealed that he still had dreams in which he would be back in Nirvana.

Grohl also talks about his daughter Violet in an interview. He was surprised when "Come As You Are" came on the radio during an evening drive and she was able to sing along with every single word. This was followed by a joint appearance on the song "Heart-Shaped Box" together with Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear. Now the 14-year-old even wants to release an album that her dad really wants to sing on.

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Exclusive track by track with the Foo Fighters

The Foo Fighters released their new album "Medicine at Midnight" on February 5th. We spoke exclusively to the musicians about the stories behind the tracks. Watch the video interviews here:

Part 1 - “Making a Fire” Part 2 - “Shame Shame” Part 3 - “Cloudspotter” Part 4 - “Waiting on a War” Part 5 - "Medicine at Midnight" Part 6 - "No Son of Mine"

+++ This article first appeared on musikexpress.de +++

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