1991 Nirvana Concert To Stream Online Today

By Live4ever - Posted on 27 Sep 2011 at 9:48am

Nirvana‘s 1991 concert ‘Live At The Paramount‘ will be streamed in full for 24 hours from 5pm today, as celebrations marking the 20th anniversary of the band’s landmark album ‘Nevermind‘ continue.

One of the very few Nirvana concerts shot for film, the gig was recorded in the band’s hometown Seattle. It is to be streamed on Nirvana’s YouTube channel via this link.

The Seattle show’s airing is the latest in a series of events surrounding ‘Nevermind’s 20th year. This week, a re-mastered, expanded edition of the album, featuring a selection of rarities and alternate takes, was released, while former bass player Krist Novoselic recently performed the LP in its entirety, again in Seattle.

In addition, a London exhibition showcasing photos, memorabilia and artifacts were made available to the public.

In our retrospective look back at ‘Nevermind’, the Live4ever Ezine told how the seminal LP “…unexpectedly came to define a generation of disaffected youth,” and how it was “…responsible for bringing alternative rock crashing into the mainstream.”

The full feature can be read here.

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  1. Kurt changed my life with his insightful and surreal music and lyrics.  I only wished he could have stuck around to make more to listen to for future generations.  I was compelled to compose a portrait of him In Memoriam recently on the anniversary of his death on my artist’s blog at http://dregstudiosart.blogspot.com/2011/04/in-memoriam-kurt-cobain-and-lane-staley.html  Drop in and tell me your memories of his music and how it’s affected you.


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