90’s Grunge Band Performs As Nirvana, Sound Surprisingly Similar

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90’s Grunge rockers Local H performed a set as Nirvana over the weekend at the Double Door in Chicago to celebrate Halloween. Based on this performance, Nirvana definitely missed out not inviting frontman Scott Lucas to perform with them at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014. Watch the full show below!

Setlist:
1:39 Radio Friendly Unit Shifter
5:49 Drain You
9:29 Breed
13:00 Dive
16:55 In Bloom
21:29 You Know You’re Right
25:18 Smells Like Teen Spirit
31:10 The Man Who Sold The World
35:45 All Apologies
42:48 Heart Shaped Box (encore)
47:40 On A Plain (encore)
50:59 Blew (encore)
54:00 Territorial Pissings (encore)
58:24 Endless Nameless (encore)

Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic was recently interviewed by Kennedy on the Fox Business Network. Alternative Nation transcribed his comments about the 25th anniversary of Nevermind, and the future 50th anniversary in 2041.

“Well I’m excited that so many people care about it, and that it’s touched so many people. I walk down the street and I get recognized. People tell me, ‘Hey, Nevermind, Nirvana, thank you for it.’ I say thanks for loving it, I miss Kurt Cobain, Dave Grohl is still rocking the world, so I’m happy. It’s a great celebration, let’s go to 50 years.”

He also talked about the 2016 Presidential election, and why he’d like to see rank choice voting.

“I say forget it, I’m going to vote for Gary Johnson, and that’s the way I feel about it. It just seems like the current rules give people incentive to vote strategically, like they want to vote for somebody they hate. On my Facebook feed, people are freaking out over Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. So I’m going to do this ratings system, if you’re super freaked out about Donald Trump, then you get 5 red hats. If you’re only halfway freaked out, you get 2 or 3 red hats.

If you’re freaked out about Hillary Clinton getting elected, you get 5 pantsuits. So it’s like a rating system. With rank choice voting, you can put down your favorite candidate, and if no one gets a majority, they kick out the last place vote getter, and redistribute those voters 2nd or 3rd choices to the remaining candidates.”