Following Nirvana’s reunion performance headlining the Cal Jam festival over the weekend, fans on Twitter are buzzing with hopes that the band will tour in 2019. Nirvana last toured in early 1994 before Kurt Cobain’s death ended the band in April.
Loudwire even posted an article about fans hoping for Seether’s Shaun Morgan to front a Nirvana reunion tour. We asked Morgan about this possibility in 2014 shortly after Nirvana reunited to perform at their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
Morgan said, “It would be something that I would love to do, but it’s not something that anyone has ever asked me to do. Obviously, just from being a kid, even just to play a show with those guys would be great. But it’s not something that I’ve ever been approached about doing, but obviously as a childhood dream, it would be great to be on stage with those guys.”
You can view tweets Alternative Nation collected below about hopes for a possible tour, and also Alternative Nation’s 2014 interview with Morgan about fronting Nirvana. Would you like to see a Nirvana reunion tour in 2019? Let us know in the comments section!
Really hoping Nirvana goes on tour
— Brandon Spada (@Br_Spada) October 8, 2018
This is just amazing! Now we need a nirvana tour https://t.co/OzsIZzma8W
— big keith energy (@keithgrantham) October 7, 2018
When Nirvana is gonna tour again???
— daniel leon (@dlpsuccecs8) October 7, 2018
— Bay Ragni (@BayRagni) October 7, 2018
I’m all for Sean Morgan or Wes Scantlin. Both guys have a great sound. If it was me I’d tour as “A Night of Nirvana” in memory of Kurt Cobain. Lots of fans never had a chance to see original and would pay just to see the members left of Nirvana and hear the songs.
— Ryan Knipp (@ryanknipp09) October 7, 2018
— Justin Kade (@kadeshow) October 7, 2018
— David Milne (@LastChild1986) October 7, 2018
i smell a reunion tour. mixed feelings.https://t.co/TIn9W35EQQ
— KD6-3.7 0510 (@Oslozeimantz) October 7, 2018
— OhCaptainMyCaptain (@skepticduh) October 7, 2018
Nirvana reunion tonight with Joan Jett on vocals! Hopefully there’s a tour in the works.
— Cal Watts (@calwatts83) October 7, 2018